Mac For Work

Mac For Work

You can make all of your displays mirror each other, or extend your workspace with different apps and windows on each display. If you use an external display with your Mac notebook, you can also use closed-display mode.

Check your requirements

  • Check the ports on your Mac to find out whether you need an adapter.
  • Check how many displays your Mac supports: Choose Apple menu  > About This Mac, click Support, then click Specifications. On the webpage that appears, the number of displays your Mac supports appears under Video Support.

Use extended desktop mode

Maximize your workspace with extended desktop mode, which lets you enjoy full-screen apps and windows on each monitor. Then, use Mission Control to organize apps and windows across your displays. If your Dock is on the bottom of your screen, it appears on any of your displays when you move your pointer to the bottom edge of your display.

Turn on extended desktop mode

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  1. Make sure that your external display is turned on and connected to your Mac.
  2. Choose Apple menu  > System Preferences, then click Displays.
  3. Click the Arrangement tab.
  4. Make sure that the Mirror Displays checkbox isn’t selected.

Arrange your displays or change your primary display

So that you can move apps and windows across your displays in one continuous motion, arrange your displays to match the setup on your desk. You can also change your primary display, which is where your desktop icons and app windows first appear.

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  1. Choose Apple menu  > System Preferences, then click Displays.
  2. Click the Arrangement tab.
  3. To change the position of a display, drag it to the desired position. A red border appears around the display as it's moved.
  4. To set a different display as the primary display, drag the menu bar to the other display.

Use video mirroring

With video mirroring, all of your displays show the same apps and windows.

Turn on video mirroring

  1. Make sure that your external display is turned on and connected to your Mac.
  2. Choose Apple menu  > System Preferences, click Displays, then click the Arrangement tab.
  3. Make sure that the Mirror Displays checkbox is selected.

Use AirPlay

With Apple TV, you can mirror the entire display of your Mac to your TV, or use your TV as a separate display. To turn on AirPlay, follow these steps:

  1. Make sure that your TV is turned on.
  2. Choose in the menu bar, then choose your Apple TV. If an AirPlay passcode appears on your TV screen, enter the passcode on your Mac.
  3. Mirror your display or use your TV as a separate display:
    • To mirror your display, choose , then choose Mirror Built-in Display.
    • To use your TV as a separate display, choose , then choose Use As Separate Display.
  4. To turn off AirPlay, choose , then choose Turn AirPlay Off.

If you don't see in the menu bar, choose Apple menu  > System Preferences, click Displays, then select the 'Show mirroring options in the menu bar when available' checkbox.

Learn more about how to AirPlay video from your Mac.

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When you give people the power to work the way they want, with the tools they love, they are inspired to do the best work of their lives. Apple makes it easy to give employees the power to choose their own devices, while simplifying IT management and maintaining corporate standards.

The modern business world is shifting to a new model to give employees access to Apple products. From deployment and setup of iOS, iPadOS, and macOS to device management and support, these core principles simplify the process.

Give employees a choice of products.

Empower all employees to decide which devices will work best for them, and provide clear choices within the range of products that IT can support.

Select from flexible financing models.

Perpetual leasing and buyback enables businesses to be nimble and moves purchasing from a capital expense model to an operating expense.

Simplify deployment and management.

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iPhone, iPad, and Mac can be deployed and managed over the air by IT. And employees get the experience of unboxing their devices on their own.

Allow employees to personalize their devices.

Beyond the basic company setup, employees can personalize their devices and choose the perfect set of apps that will work for them.

Share the responsibility of support.


Many people already know how to use and support Apple devices, so the responsibility of daily maintenance is shared between IT and the end user.

When businesses invest in Apple, productivity goes up and costs go down. Browse the research that shows how Apple technology helps businesses.

On a per-device basis, Mac costs $678.56 less than comparable PCs when considering hardware, software, support, and operational costs.

Read up or reach out. We have dozens of resources to help you along the way.

Adopt and
approve devices.

Select the devices your company will support. Security guides will explain how secure our hardware and platforms are on any network, so you can be sure your corporate data is safe. Apple Financial Services is there to assist your procurement team and provide a range of flexible financing options. And training and certification will equip your IT team with the knowledge and best practices they need to roll out Apple products internally.

Get up and running.

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Once you’ve approved Apple products in your workplace, the next step is to get them set up and fully configured according to your IT policies. Find out how to connect devices to your network and optimize the experience with Cisco wireless networking. And use tools such as mobile device management (MDM) along with Apple Business Manager to easily deploy and manage iPhone, iPad, and Mac.

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Create a great
employee experience.

A great experience is more than a great device. Launch your program and keep your employees informed and up to date every step of the way. We provide templates for email, newsletters, intranet portals, and more. You can also help employees help themselves by sharing starter guides filled with useful tips. It’s all about creating a seamless onboarding experience and then teaching them to go further and do more with their Apple products.

Connect with support.

You never know when you or your employees may need help with Apple devices. So we provide programs — AppleCare professional services, the Apple Support app, and Apple Support on Twitter — that can complement the internal services provided by your IT team. This ensures that your employees have the guidance they need to be successful.

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