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MacBook Air and MacBook Pro M2 still only manage one external display

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One of the questions surrounding the M2 chip was whether it would allow the 13″ MacBook Air/Pro to manage more than one external display at a time. We now have the answer: no. Like their M1-equipped predecessors, the new MacBook Air and MacBook Pro M2 can natively drive only one external display.

Macbook Air M2

If you want to connect two external displays to an Apple laptop, you need a 14″ or 16″ MacBook Pro, or use DisplayLink technology with an adapter.

MacBook Air and MacBook Pro M2 natively support a 6K external display at up to 60Hz, otherwise known as Pro Display XDR.

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There is another limitation that persists with the M2 chip, but it is more anecdotal. It concerns connectivity: the two new laptops still have “Thunderbolt/USB 4″ ports when the 14″ and 16” MacBook Pros have Thunderbolt 4 ports.

What

What is Thunderbolt/USB 4 in M1 Macs?

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