What you need to know
- Luna display is getting higher resolutions.
- It now supports 4K and 5K on your second screen.
- Other new features include PC-to-Mac mode, Magic Keyboard, support, and more.
Luna Display is getting new updated support for 4K and 5K resolutions on your second display, as well as a host of new features.
Astropad announced today:
Version 5.1 of Astropad now supports 5K @ 45Hz on Mac with Big Sur, and 4K @ 60Hz on both Mac and PC, this can be customized in the preferences tab of the app.
Another new feature is PC-to-Mac mode, which lets you use your Mac as a wireless second display for your PC. It also now supports Magic Keyboard and Trackpad for both Mac and PC. To update these features you need to update the Luna app on your primary device (Mac or PC) to the latest version, before then updating Luna on your iPad. If your Mac is a secondary display then open the app and you'll get an automatic prompt to update.
Luna Display is currently on sale through Astropad's website at 25% off.
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