Dr. Mac recently discovered a reasonably-priced ($79) hardware/software solution called Luna Display, which lets him use his iPad as a second display for his MacBook Pro without cables, delays, or sluggishness.
Bryan Chaffin is joined by Bob LeVitus to discuss the iPad Pro, whether it can replace a Mac, and the importance of having a quality keyboard. They also talk about two ways Bob has been testing for using your iPad as a second Mac display, which is way cool.
Bob “Dr. Mac” LeVitus is obsessed with personal productivity on Macs and iDevices, but his pain is your gain with his tips on using two displays, even on the go.
So far it doesn’t sound like it affects displays that connect directly to Macs using mini DisplayPort or Thunderbolt.