Tag Archive: Displays


How to Calibrate Mac Displays for the Best Picture & Color

Having an external monitor hooked up to a Mac can boost productivity significantly, and most users who get a secondary screen just hook it up and start using it – it works, so why mess around, right? But to get the best picture and color representation out of your external display, you’ll want to take … Read More

Flexible iPhones could have buttons embedded beneath their displays

Apple may be on the verge of releasing its most generously-sized iPhone yet, but the company is always on the lookout for new ways of providing screen real estate to its users. A new patent published today by the U.S.…Read more ›

Future Mac keyboards may feature in-key displays for pictograms, symbols and glyphs

With so much focus on its iOS devices, it’s easy to forget that Apple is constantly innovating for its Mac product line as well. On Thursday, the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office published a patent application from Apple that reveals…Read more ›

Apple relies on Samsung more than ever for iPad displays

Think Apple is free from Samsung after defeating it yet again in court for flat out copying the iPhone infringing on several Apple patents? Think again! In fact, when it comes to the iPad Apple is more reliant on Samsung…Read more ›

LG To Be Sole Supplier Of Flexible Displays For iWatch [Rumor]

Apple has chosen LG as its sole supplier for flexible displays to be used in the iWatch, according to a new report coming out of Korea. The report suggests that Apple is aiming to sell 9 million iWatch units by…Read more ›

How to “Detect Displays” on a Mac with OS X Mavericks

Typically when an external display is connected to a Mac, it will automatically be detected and start working instantly, with the Mac either extending the desktop or mirroring the screen over to the newly attached display output. Sometimes that doesn’t happen however, and when a secondary screen is not detected automatically by the Mac, you’ll … Read More

Apple Just ‘Snapped Up’ A Whole Lot Of Sapphire Displays [Rumor]

During an Ubuntu Town Hall Hangout on Wednesday, Canonical founder Mark Shuttleworth made some interesting comments regarding Apple’s sapphire displays. “Apple just snapped up three year’s worth of the supply of sapphire screens from the company that we had engaged…Read more ›    [Read More…]

Reader 7 Accurately Displays Word Files On Your iPad

Reader 7 is a single-minded app with a single-serve purpose. You know when somebody sends you an MS Word DOC or DOCX file via email and all you want to do is look at it, and maybe track the changes…Read more ›    

Mac Setups: Mac Mini with Dual 27″ Thunderbolt Displays

The weekend is here, which means it’s time to share another OSXDaily reader desk setup! This week we’ll show you the great Mac configuration of Patrick M., who uses his gear for just about everything. Let’s find out more about this great setup and what apps are used most… What hardware is part of your … Read More

Move Windows, Apps, & Desktops Between Multiple Displays in OS X

Multiple Display window management with Mission Control in Mac OS X

Mission Control is the excellent window management utility in OS X that lets you get a quick overview of everything you have open. While Mission Control has always been able to drag windows and apps between different virtual desktop Spaces, a new ability has been added to OS X Mavericks that allows Mac users with multiple monitor setups to gain the  [Read More…]