Apple Thunderbolt Display (27" flat panel)
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Does the macbook air support dual thunderbolt displays like the macbook pro?
- Asked by Don C
5 Answers from the Community
The Mid 2012 macbook air do support 2 thunderbolt displays:
Thunderbolt-capable Macs that can support up to two connected Apple Thunderbolt Displays.
MacBook Pro (Retina, Mid 2012)
MacBook Pro (13-inch, Mid 2012)
MacBook Pro (15-inch and 17-inch, Early 2011) and later
MacBook Air (Mid 2012)
iMac (Mid 2011)2
Mac mini (Mid 2011), 2.5 GHz3
- Answered by Colin F from Dublin
Nope, the Air only has a single-channel Thunderbolt port, so you can only connect one display
- Answered by Jacob S from Frankston
Depends on The "on-board" or attached Graphic Card (3rd.party vendor). That would give you two DVI or VGA or HDMI connections to the Thunderbolt.
- Answered by Thomas L from Saipan
No, it is dependent on your graphics capability and MacBook Airs have integrated graphics that can only support two displays (1 native to your MBA + 1 external).
- Answered by Jason C from Mitcham
No it doesn't.
- Answered by Frederick S from Basking Ridge