Can I use my 2013 iMac as a second monitor?
You can use more than one iMac as a display, if each iMac is using a Thunderbolt cable to connect directly to a Thunderbolt port on the other Mac (not the other iMac). Press Command-F2 on the keyboard of the iMac. You should now see the desktop of the other Mac.
How many monitors can an iMac 2013 support?
two external displays
All replies. This model can simultaneously support two external displays up to 2560×1600 via Thunderbolt. And you can most likely use USB-to-HDMI (or DisplayPort) adapters and DisplayLink software to add additional monitors.
Can you use two iMacs as dual monitors?
It’s possible to use more than one iMac as a display provided all the Macs—both the iMacs used for display and the source Mac—are using Thunderbolt connectivity. Each iMac used as a display counts against the simultaneously connected displays supported by the Mac you’re using as the source.
Does 2013 iMac have HDMI?
Because the Apple iMac integrates the computer and monitor into one device, it does not offer conventional video input ports such as DVI or HDMI.
Does iMac 2013 have Target display Mode?
Yes. You will need a Thunderbolt 2 cable. You will also need a keyboard and/or mouse for the 2013 iMac. This is required so you can enter the Command + F2 key combination to put the iMac is target display mode.
How many monitors can a Mac Pro 2013 support?
You can connect up to six displays to your Mac Pro 2013. Check the list below to be sure you’re setting up your display in a supported configuration via the HDMI and Thunderbolt ports.
How many monitors can I hook up to my iMac?
21.5-inch iMac: One 5K display or two 4K UHD or 4K displays. 27-inch iMac (standard video card), 13-inch MacBook Pro: Either one 5K or 6K display or two 4K UHD or 4K displays. 27-inch iMac (AMD Radeon Pro 5700 or AMD Radeon Pro 5700 XT): Up to two 4K UHD, 4K, 5K, or 6K displays.
Can you connect 2 Macs via Thunderbolt?
If you have two Mac computers with USB, USB-C, or Thunderbolt ports, you can connect them so that one of them appears as an external hard disk on the other. This is called target disk mode. Note: If either of the computers has macOS 11 or later installed, you must connect the two computers using a Thunderbolt cable.