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How to Extend Your Mac Display to Your iPad

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Extend Your Mac Display to Your iPad: The Ultimate Productivity Hack!

Did you know you could extend your Mac’s display to your iPad? In this video, I’ll demonstrate how this works and I’ll also walk you through the steps to set up your iPad as a second monitor for your Mac.

I cover three options that allow you to extend your display: linking your trackpad or mouse to your iPad, using your iPad as a second display, and mirroring your iPad’s display.

I’ll show you how to link your trackpad or mouse to your iPad and use it to control your iPad from your Mac. I’ll also demonstrate how to use your iPad as a second display and how to rearrange your displays as you prefer. Additionally, I’ll explain advanced features like allowing your pointer and keyboard to move between any nearby Mac or iPad, pushing through the edge of a display to connect to a nearby Mac or iPad, and automatically reconnecting to any nearby Mac or iPad.

By the end of the video, you’ll be able to move your cursor easily between displays and control your devices as needed. Whether you want to control your iPad with your Mac’s trackpad, use it as a second display, or mirror your Mac on the iPad, you’ll have the knowledge and skills to get the job done.

So, are you ready to take your productivity to the next level? Let’s get started!

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