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You can't connect two external monitors to M1 MacBooks with the extend mode. There exist a work around consisting of connecting one monitor through USB-C and the other with the help of DisplayLink software, but I do not know how good is this working. Possibly, we will see Big Sur update for 2020 MacBooks that enables 2 external monitors in extended mode.


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No. That's an SATA 2.5" disk. You need Apple's proprietary 12+16 pin SSD module, Generation 5. See this page for an extensive coverage of Apple's SSD modules, including those in your Mac. https://beetstech.com/blog/apple-proprietary-ssd-ultimate-guide-to-specs-and-upgrades You either need a second-hand Apple OEM part, or a third-party new one, such as ...


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You can't. Usually this is a very small update which allows your more recent iPad running iOS 14, to connect to your Mac running a macOS version pre-Big Sur.


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