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YouTuber removes MacBook Air screen to use with Apple Vision Pro

YouTuber removes MacBook Air screen to use with Apple Vision Pro

Here we have already shown the default display feature of Apple Vision Pro, which allows you to use it to view your Mac's screen in a magnified and highly immersive way. But what if the function was used on a MacBook Air whose screen was… withdrawal-With keyboard and trackpad only?

That was what YouTube user Look mean I did it – and as crazy as it may sound, it worked! He showed the complete teardown process of the MacBook Air display (with M2 chip), as well as the usage experience. In the end, he even made a kind of “commercial” for the invention.

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As shown in the video, the MacBook continued to function normally, making it possible to use the computer's keyboard, trackpad, and Touch ID — although it wasn't possible to unlock the headset using the keyboard's fingerprint reader.

Although unusual, the tool is still a response to the fact that typing on VisionOS is not a comfortable experience. Although it is possible to use a wireless keyboard, it is difficult for any accessory to provide the keyboard and trackpad in the same position as on a MacBook.

Repeating the creation of a meanie is very laborious and expensive. However, it can be an exercise in creativity YouTube user Inspiring the creation of accessories that, like the Magic Keyboard on iPads, replicate the position of the keyboard and trackpad, allowing you to use the Vision Pro like a Mac, but without using the computer itself (with or without a screen… 😜).

Apple Vision Pro (mini)Apple Vision Pro (mini)

MacBook Air 13 inchMacBook Air 13 inch
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