The Luna Display adapter is being used in the video to stream the new Mac Mini’s output to the iPad Pro over wifi, meaning the iPad can even be used away from the Mac Mini itself.

If you have the $2,145 needed to acquire the lowest-specification Mac Mini, an iPad Pro, a keyboard case, a Pencil, and a Luna Display adapter, it’s an idyllic setup. Use your Mac with a portable, touchscreen display throughout your house, and just carry that screen out with you when you’re on the go.

At this point it’s clear—sad, but clear—that Apple isn’t going to put MacOS on an iPad Pro. Luna Display’s video offers a vision of a world where Apple instead listened to its customers, and didn’t rely on third-party device manufacturers to provide the most basic of computing options.

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