Apple Silicon Support
Luna Display version 4.4 and later support the Apple Silicon chips on Mac, M1 and later. Our blog post goes into more detail about performance. → Learn More
For M1 or M2 Macs with Apple Silicon, there are some hardware limitations on the number of external displays allowed. Since our Luna hardware uses the same industry standards as a regular monitor, Luna counts as a Thunderbolt (USB-C) display.
For example, the M1 MacBook can only support one external display at a time and the 2020 M1 Mac mini can support only one display using Thunderbolt/USB-C and one HDMI display.
The M1 Pro chip can support two external displays and M1 Max can support three. Be sure to check Apple's device technical specifications to see what is compatible with your specific M1 or M2 Mac.