You can finally run dual external displays on the M3 MacBook Air: Here’s how

With the release of the M3 MacBook Air, Apple introduced a new feature for M3 laptops. These MacBooks can now run two external displays, but the laptop must be closed. It’s a handy feature for production environments or for presentations. This feature is also coming to the M3 MacBook Pro in a future macOS update. The two external displays must support a video connection over USB-C or Thunderbolt 3. Also, the two displays can each be 5K at 60Hz,

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