M1 Apple Silicon Support

Luna Display 4.4 and newer supports the new M1 Apple Silicon chip on Mac. Our blog post goes more into details about performance. → Learn More

For M1 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 would count as a USB-C display. Be sure to check Apple's device technical specifications to see what is compatible with your Mac. 

For example, the M1 Macbooks can only support one external display at a time. The M1 Mac mini can support only one display using Thunderbolt/USB-C.

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