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    Question Help required. Multiple display output question

    Hi Apple Gurus,

    I have a Macbook which I need to output to two devices.

    Currently the Macbook outputs to a projector via Airplay and I would like to output the same signal from the Macbook to the ipad?

    Is this possible? I would prefer this configuration, but I am open to alternative solutions.

    Thanks in advance.

    Grover

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    What operating system you running? you could always try:- Turn Your iPad Into An External Monitor [Video How-To] | Cult of Mac

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    I can confirm that it works on Mavericks! Not the fastest but very useable for ?2.99!!!

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    It also works on the iPhone, however only the one at a time!

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    I have tried and downloaded I display and noticed that you can remote the MacBook.

    I don't want this feature. I only require the iPad as a display only.

    Is there an option in the settings for this?

    if there is no option then is there an alternative program

    thanks in advance

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    As you said, It works as an additional display.

    However if you click on iDisplay on the titlebar and select preferences. Click on Displays and on iPad change the selection to Color LCD. This will mimic your Macbook display on the iPad

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    I had used it even before Mavericks.

 

 

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