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Use an external display with your MacBook Air

The USB-C ports on your MacBook Air support video output. You can use an external display, a projector, or an HDTV with your MacBook Air.

A MacBook Air next to an HDTV used as an external display.
  • Connect a VGA display or projector: Use a USB-C VGA Multiport Adapter to connect the display or projector to a Thunderbolt / USB 4 port on your MacBook Air.

  • Connect an HDMI display or HDTV: Use a USB-C Digital AV Multiport Adapter to connect the HDMI display or HDTV to a Thunderbolt / USB 4 port on your MacBook Air.

  • Connect a USB-C display: Connect the display to a Thunderbolt / USB 4 port on your MacBook Air.

See MacBook Air accessories for details about adapters to use for connecting external devices. Adapters and other accessories are sold separately. Visit apple.com, your local Apple Store, or other resellers for more information and availability. Review the documentation or check with the manufacturer to make sure you choose the right product. See Adapters for the Thunderbolt 3 or USB-C port on your Mac or iPad Pro.

Tip: If you have an HDTV connected to an Apple TV, you can use AirPlay to mirror your MacBook Air screen on your TV screen in up to p HD. See Use AirPlay on your Mac for details.

Learn more. See the Apple Support article Use external monitors with your Mac for details about extending the desktop, video mirroring, and other display preferences. To troubleshoot an issue with an external display, see Get help with video issues on external displays connected to your Mac.

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Question:Q:Dell VGA monitor to MacBook Pro - Two Thunderbolt 3 ports

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I have a MacBook Pro with two thunderbolt 3 ports. It is up to date to the newest software - Catalina. I recently acquired an older Dell monitor that uses VGA. I am trying to connect the monitor to my MacBook Pro. I have a USB/HDMI/USBC to usbc(Thunderbolt 3) adapter that I purchased from Apple when I bought the mac. To connect the monitor to my mac, I purchased a HDMI/VGA cord. I connected the VGA end to the monitor, plugged the HDMI end into my 3 in one adapter, then the adapter into my Mac. My computer will not detect this external display. In system preferences under display I have tried holding the Option key down and clicking "detect displays" and nothing happens.

I tested this monitor out on another computer, an older MacBook Pro and it worked. I used the same VGA to HDMI cord, but this older Mac used an HDMI to Thunderbolt 2 adapter.

How do I get the Dell Monitor to work with my newer MacBook pro? Is it my USB/HDMI/USBc adapter? Thank you!

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If your external display isn't detected or appears blurry on your Mac

Try these steps if the image on an external display connected to your Mac is blank or doesn't look the way you expect.

If your display is blank or not detected

Try these steps if you don't see an image on your display.

Check how many displays you can connect

To find out how many external displays your Mac supports, check its technical specifications page or use the Support tab in About This Mac: 

  1. Choose Apple menu  > About This Mac.
  2. Click the Support tab, then click Specifications.
  3. On the webpage that appears, the number of displays your Mac supports appears under Video Support or Graphics.

Check your cable or adapter

Disconnect the cable from your external display from your Mac, then reconnect it. If the cable from your external display doesn't connect to the ports on your Mac, you can use a Thunderbolt 3 or USB-C adapter.

If your display appears blurry

If images or text on your display appear blurry or pixelated, check the resolution and brightness of your display.

Adjust the resolution

  1. From the Apple menu, choose System Preferences.
  2. Click the Displays icon.
  3. Press and hold the Option key while you click Scaled to see additional resolutions for the second display.
    External display system preferences window with Resolution set to Scaled.

If you're using more than one display, and you can see the image on one of the displays, you can also use Displays preferences to check for connected displays.

If the expected resolution doesn't appear for your display, check the specifications page to see what your Mac supports.

Adjust the brightness

To adjust the brightness of your Apple display, press the increase brightness key  or the decrease brightness key  on your keyboard.

Magic Keyboard F1 / brightness key illustration diagram Magic Keyboard F2 / brightness key illustration diagram

You can also use the brightness adjustment for each connected display in System Preferences > Displays.

Displays not made by Apple sometimes have brightness and color adjustments built into the display. Check the documentation for your display to see if it includes built-in controls.

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Use an external display with your MacBook Pro

The Thunderbolt ports on your MacBook Pro support video output. You can use an external display, a projector, or an HDTV with your MacBook Pro.

A MacBook Pro next to an HDTV used as an external display.
  • Connect a VGA display or projector: Use a USB-C VGA Multiport Adapter to connect the display or projector to a Thunderbolt 3 (USB-C) port on your MacBook Pro.

  • Connect an HDMI display or HDTV: Use a USB-C Digital AV Multiport Adapter to connect the HDMI display or HDTV to a Thunderbolt 3 (USB-C) port on your MacBook Pro.

  • Connect a USB-C display: Connect the display to a Thunderbolt 3 (USB-C) port on your MacBook Pro.

Note: The inch MacBook Pro, as well as some inch and inch models, can support full 6K resolution on the Apple Pro Display XDR. See the “System requirements and compatible Mac models” section of the Apple Support article Set up and use Apple Pro Display XDR.

See MacBook Pro accessories for details about adapters to use for connecting external devices. Adapters and other accessories are sold separately. Visit apple.com, your local Apple Store, or other resellers for more information and availability. Review the documentation or check with the manufacturer to make sure you choose the right product. See Adapters for the Thunderbolt 3 or USB-C port on your Mac or iPad Pro.

Tip: If you have an HDTV connected to an Apple TV, you can use AirPlay to mirror your MacBook Pro screen on your TV screen in up to p HD. See Use AirPlay on your Mac for details.

Learn more. See the Apple Support article Use external monitors with your Mac for details about extending the desktop, video mirroring, and other display preferences. To troubleshoot an issue with an external display, see Get help with video issues on external displays connected to your Mac.

Sours: https://support.apple.com/guide/macbook-pro/use-an-external-display-apd8cdd74f57/mac

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Connect a display, TV, or projector to Mac

  • Connect a display to a USB-C port: Use a Thunderbolt 3 (USB-C) cable to connect the display to the USB-C port on your Mac. For older displays, use a USB-C Digital AV Multiport Adapter or a USB-C VGA Multiport Adapter to connect the display to the USB-C port on your Mac.

  • Connect a display, TV, or projector that has an HDMI connector: Plug the device’s HDMI cable directly into the HDMI port on your Mac. For more information about connecting a TV, see Use your TV as a display with Mac.

  • Connect a display or projector that has a VGA connector: Use a Mini DisplayPort to VGA Adapter to connect the display to the Thunderbolt port on your Mac.

  • Connect a display to a Mini DisplayPort: Plug the display’s cable directly into the Mini DisplayPort on your Mac.

  • Connect an Apple Pro Display XDR: Plug the display’s Thunderbolt 3 Pro Cable directly into the Thunderbolt 3 (USB-C) or Thunderbolt / USB 4 port on your Mac. See the Apple Support article Set up and use Apple Pro Display XDR.

  • Connect an Apple Thunderbolt Display: Plug the display’s cable directly into the Thunderbolt port on your Mac. For newer Mac computers, use a Thunderbolt 3 (USB-C) to Thunderbolt 2 Adapter to connect the display to your Mac.

  • Connect an Apple LED Cinema Display: Plug the display’s cable directly into the Mini DisplayPort or Thunderbolt 2 port on your Mac. The display is not supported on newer Mac computers.

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