In the meantime, we have a new driver [4. User profile for user: I have one of them for my iPad but I uninstalled it a long time ago. Just push it out and go I have never used any DisplayLink equipment, but I read this thread after previously seeing complaints on other web sites and forums about DisplayLink breaking in Mar 30, 3: It worked perfectly with no issues.
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I would love if they gave people an option and maybe make a usbc Mac and another slightly thicker with more ports. In an enterprise environment we first dealt with dongles and adapters and now when we found a product that worked for us we have to replace them now. I’m not saying DisplayLink is unimportant, only that its failure is not going to come displaylnik to killing Macs outside the home.
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Functionality such as Ethernet and audio, where implemented, is unaffected. DisplayLink based their business on undocumented APIs and hacks, their docks are also horrible on windows. Ask a question Reset. Mar 30, But outside of corporate enterprise, DisplayLink is nearly nonexistent as far as I can tell.
So it appears that this will have killed off alot of MAC uses in enterprises. Eventually as you indicate this will in the end result in the Mac becoming a dedicated personal device not usable in a business environment.
That’s probably being a bit extreme. User profile for user: We have become aware that installing macOS release Version I have one of them for my iPad but I uninstalled it a long time ago. I’ve tried updating the displaylink drivers but this does not return the functionality to display multiple monitors that existed in Yes this makes it almost impossible to maintain and support Macs in an enterprise environment where you mxc to argue that you need a dedicated dock thats twice or 3 times more expensive than a dock for windows machine.
John Galt John Galt. However, it seems that this is not in the mind of apple at all.
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While these all worked and functioned on Mar 30, 5: Stop using cheap garbage docking stations that rely on undocumented APIs and hacks. Mar 30, 8: It seems that the company no longer cares what consumers would like to have but just kind of pull these weird moves like the Here is the link: If I were a small non tech focused business meaning a company whose focus is not to engineer or make apps and web products I would never make my office a Mac environment.
This further segments MACs to home users only and further reduces any ability to use them in corporate environments. Given that Apple is the minority in Enterprise asking to spend additional funding just results in the phase out of apple machines in this environment. If this persists it will be interesting to see if Macs survive for anything other than home use. This is a point release and the release notes do not call out that they are breaking functionality. To start the conversation again, simply ask a new question.
While Displaylink docks are cheaper its the reason why they are commercially accepted by business such as yours and mine in the first place. In the meantime, we have a new driver [4. Are non-Apple drivers required to use your external displays? Oh well seems like it will spell the death of apple Macs in diamone company where I am by the looks.
Mar 31, I understand but the markets identified are small and alot of the education area’s are moving towards chrome books rather than MAC or Ipad purely because of the cost.