Duet Display Puts a Touch Bar for Your Mac on Your iPad

Duet Display Puts a Touch Bar for Your Mac on Your iPad

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Duet Display has released an update that lets you put a Touch Bar for your Mac on your iPad.

Add touch bar to any iPad from any Mac. Just connect to a Mac running Sierra 10.12.2 and enable the feature in duet's menu bar settings

Duet is an app that lets you easily use your iPad as a secondary display. Designed by ex-Apple engineers, Duet has next to no lag, letting you get work done quicker by multitasking with two screens.

Duet Display Puts a Touch Bar for Your Mac on Your iPad

What's New In This Version:
● iOS Keyboard Compatibility
● Touchbar Support
● Apple Pencil Pressure Improvements

You can purchase Duet Display from the App Store for a limited time price of $9.99. Give it a try and let us know what you think!

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Tim Crook - December 21, 2016 at 2:03pm
Amazing apple the fruit company, this is 2016 you can do this??? Very very inovation from apple
T.j.p. - December 22, 2016 at 1:06am
This is a some _former_ Apple engineers at work. Not Apple directly ... And this is just the new version of their set of Apps. It's quite sophisticated work to do this over the USB connection with an iOS app keeping up with a desktop or notebook computer fairly seamlessly at 60Hz refresh rates for high resolutions. I did fundamental graphics work in the 1970s and 1980s and kept in the field after cheap GPUs eliminated my primary work ... It's impressive to me that they did this over the connection they had to work with.
MUKAI - December 21, 2016 at 6:20am
And the point of this is??
Moneymoney - December 21, 2016 at 12:28pm
Pay $9.99 instead of $300extra on MacBook Pro with this same feature
T.j.p. - December 22, 2016 at 12:59am
The point is I can use my iPad Pro as a second screen for my 15 inch MacBook Pro when traveling. Two screens, works great.
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