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According to Apple, no. The iMac Retina 5K does not support Target Display Mode. Note that the iMac (Retina 5K, 27-inch, Late 2014) does not support Target Display Mode. You can see it here.
It's because the sleeve has a "Magnetic snap closure with no zippers" which actually mimics the magnetic latch that's triggered while the lid of the MacBook is closed which turns off the screen. I've noticed this happen to me a few times in different situations when I would put my iPhone on the hand rest part of the MacBook or If i left my Adonit Jot ...
I'm experiencing some slowdown after a while even on my MBA. It's exactly how you described it. It's perfectly smooth after booting the machine but eventually, after using it for one day or so the animations (especially launching Mission Control, switching between spaces and full screen apps) get noticeably choppy. I don't think there's anything that can be ...
Fixed it! Cleaned the area underneath the Z key and everything is working again. :-)
Got the same setup, and all is working fine here - but some things you will need to take into account: My ACER didnt ship with an HDMI cable, it came with a Display Port Cable, as i am having the XB280HK Version - and thats the only way that makes sense (technical restrictions on other connection methods, as you stated above) to connect it. A Thundebolt ...
Apple says: Use only a soft, lint-free cloth. Abrasive cloths, towels, paper towels, and similar items may cause damage to the item. Disconnect your Apple product from any external power sources. Disconnect any external devices and other cabling from the product. Keep liquids away from the product. Don't get moisture into any ...
If it's still in warranty try with the online assistance, don't mention the alcohol damage, obviously
If your EFI is not working, you will need to restore it. Download from here for your model. Then follow the procedure described here.
If I can direct your attention to this thread on the apple support forums https://discussions.apple.com/thread/5547471?start=0&tstart=0 There seem to be issues like this across many different platforms and in many different circumstances. Having read every post on this issue in the forum linked I'd have to say that the energy efficiency softwares and ...
Back everything up and do a clean install. I had a very similar issue... Beach balling for 30 seconds when app switching.. Clean install fixed it.
No, you cannot add more RAM. Open up Activity monitor, located in the Utilities folder of the Applications folder (or just search using Spotlight) /Applications/Utilities/Activity Monitor Go to the memory tab and check out the memory pressure and swap used. If the memory pressure is too high (yellow/red graph) you can figure out which applications are ...
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