In order to get dual displays working, you'll need to either: (a) connect each monitor seperately to the two Thunderbolt ports on the Mac - directly or through your hub, or (b) get a Thunderbolt 3 hub/dock with dual display capability. Note that you'll need cables that match the inputs your monitors support.
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What to Know
You can use up to two displays only. They can be any resolution up to 4K, but only two. Fullofquestionsguy wrote: I'm trying to connect three external monitors to my MacBook Pro 2020 (4 thunderbolt 3 ports version).
You can connect displays to the HDMI and Thunderbolt 3 ports on your Mac Pro and Radeon Pro MPX Module. Learn about adapters for the Thunderbolt 3 ports on your Mac. To use the Thunderbolt 3 ports on the top* and back of your Mac Pro to connect displays, you must have at least one Radeon Pro MPX Module installed.
You will need to go from DisplayPort to HDMI and then Thunderbolt/USBC to HDMI (another adapter), but you will be able to connect two HDMI monitors ultimately from one (Thunderbolt) USB-C cable from your Mac.
By using DisplayPort adapters you can display on 2 or more external displays from the M1 MacBook Air and Pro.
To do so, you need a video cable for each display, and you might need an adapter. See the Apple Support article Adapters for the Thunderbolt 4, Thunderbolt 3, or USB-C port. After you connect one or more displays to your Mac, you can choose whether to use them as an extended desktop or for video mirroring.
If you are using a 2015 or older MacBook Pro, you can connect an HDMI cable from your computer directly to a monitor. If you own a new MacBook Pro with USB C or a 12-inch MacBook12-inch MacBookThe MacBook is a brand of Macintosh notebook computers designed and marketed by Apple Inc. that use Apple's macOS operating system since 2006. It replaced the PowerBook and iBook brands during the Mac transition to Intel processors, announced in 2005. you will need a USB C to HDMI or USB C to DisplayPort adapter. The MacBook Air requires a mini DisplayPort to HDMI adapter.
According to Apple, a MacBook Pro can be connected to up to four displays using the Thunderbolt and HDMI ports on the laptop.
One external 6K display with 6016-by-3384 resolution at 60Hz at over a billion colors, or. One external 5K display with 5120-by-2880 resolution at 60Hz at over a billion colors, or. Up to two external 4K displays with 4096-by-2304 resolution at 60Hz at millions of colors.
1:243:24From there i'll connect the keyboard and mouse to the usb ports on the back of the dock. An imageMoreFrom there i'll connect the keyboard and mouse to the usb ports on the back of the dock. An image should then display on the two monitors. And you can then drag your applications.
2:405:30And then close the lid. Now i've already got the hdmi cables plugged into the monitors. So i'll takeMoreAnd then close the lid. Now i've already got the hdmi cables plugged into the monitors. So i'll take one of those cables. And i'll plug that into the dongle.
1:299:22Video you need one dongle per port per screen the macs don't seem to be able to support multipleMoreVideo you need one dongle per port per screen the macs don't seem to be able to support multiple monitors from one port.