iPadOS 16 | Stage Manager and 2 external monitors

Thanks to Stage Manager in iPadOS 16, it is now possible to extend your iPad Pro 2 display 4K to an external display. Here is how it works, what devices it supports, and how to adjust the settings.
In this ivideo you will see:
how install iPados 16
Use Stage Manager & an External 2 Monitors with thunderbolt 4
Support network Adapter 10Gbps
iPad Pro M1: https://www.amazon.com/-/de/dp/B09323PCV7
Monitor Dell u3223hq: https://www.amazon.com/-/de/dp/B09TVZHV4W
Stage Manager:
Introducing Stage Manager
A new way to multitask and get things done with ease. Resize windows to look the way you want. And for the first time on iPad, see multiple overlapping windows in a single view.

External display support
Use iPad Pro or iPad Air with your external display, with resolutions up to 6K, using Stage Manager. View multiple apps on both your iPad and external display. Drag and drop files and apps between screens.

Switch between apps
Switch between apps seamlessly with just a tap, or a click of the mouse or trackpad.

Create your ideal workspace
Make different groups of apps for specific tasks or projects. And arrange, resize, and overlap them in your ideal layout.
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  1. I knew this won't work ist because M1 Macs only support 1 external display due to hardware limitations of the M1 chip

  2. I don’t understand why the people cannot believe their eyes seeing a tablet connected to a monitor when that’s BASIC in any type of device, Samsung has been doing this since 2017

  3. This dude is such a dope. The two external displays are mirrored and he zooms in from display to dplsay trying to hide this. You’re a complete douche and your videos suck.

  4. Stupid video. Stage manager only supports 1 external display. A second monitor just duplicates the first external monitor. Click bate video. Wasted video!

  5. Could you show us how 4 windows performs on the external display when the “more contents” option is enabled? I’m curious to see if it is possible to get 4 windows with a great visibility and not overlapped.


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