The USB-C Digital AV Multiport Adapter connects the following devices to a display that uses an HDMI cable:
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This adapter also connects your Mac or iPad Pro to USB-A devices, and it includes a USB-C port for charging your Mac notebook or iPad Pro. All three ports can be used simultaneously.
Use the HDMI port of this adapter with a display, TV, or projector that connects using an HDMI cable. It's HDCP compliant and supports the specifications below, depending on the model of the adapter.
The model number is printed on the retail box and the side of the adapter, near the ports.
Model A2119 is the newest model of this adapter. It supports HDMI 2.0 at these resolutions and refresh rates when used with macOS Mojave 10.14.6 or later or iOS 12.4 or later. It also supports HDR video in HDR10 and Dolby Vision formats when connected to a compatible playback device and display, TV, or projector.
- Up to 1080p at 60Hz
- 3840 x 2160 at 30Hz
- 3840 x 2160 at 60Hz with these devices:
- 16-inch MacBook Pro introduced in 2019
- 15-inch MacBook Pro introduced in 2017 or later
- 13-inch MacBook Pro with four Thunderbolt 3 ports introduced in 2020
- MacBook Air introduced in 2020
- Retina iMac introduced in 2017 or later
- iMac Pro
- iPad Pro
Model A1621 supports HDMI 1.4b at these resolutions and refresh rates when used with macOS Sierra 10.12 or later or iOS 12 or later:
- Up to 1080p at 60Hz
- 3840 x 2160 at 30Hz
After connecting your display, TV, or projector, video from your Mac or iPad Pro should appear within 10 seconds.
Data transfer and charging other devices
Use the USB-A port of this adapter with flash drives, cameras, and other devices that connect to USB-A for data transfer or charging. It supports USB 3ve plugged all cables into the adapter before plugging the adapter into your Mac or iPad Pro.
Learn about using 4K displays, 5K displays, and Ultra HD TVs with your Mac.
These devices aren't compatible with this adapter:
- G-Technology G-DRIVE mobile USB 3.0 Hard Drive (Apple part number HF4F2VC/A)
- Apple USB SuperDrive model manufactured before Fall 2010
Mac computers that have any of the following ports can connect to HDMI devices. Learn how to identify the ports on your Mac.
- HDMI port: Connects directly to HDMI using an HDMI cable.
- USB-C or Thunderbolt 3 (USB-C) port: Connects to HDMI using an adapter, such as the Apple USB-C Digital AV Multiport Adapter.
- Mini DisplayPort: Connects to HDMI using a third-party Mini DisplayPort to HDMI adapter or cable.
Mac computers that have an HDMI port comply with HDMI 1.4b and support:
- At least 1080p video over HDMI, and some Mac models support higher resolutions when connecting to 4K displays, 5K displays, and Ultra HD TVs
- 8-channel/24-bit audio at 192kHz, Dolby Surround 5.1, and traditional stereo
- HDCP-encrypted playback from iTunes and QuickTime Player (version 10). Safari in macOS Sierra or later also supports HDCP-encrypted playback, if the web page is HTML5-enabled and the content is FairPlay Streaming-enabled and delivered using Media Source Extensions or HTTP Live Streaming.
If using an adapter, check the specifications of the adapter to learn about supported resolutions and other details.
After making the connection
If your Mac doesn't recognize your HDTV, display, or other HDMI device after making the connection:
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- Turn off the HDMI device while your Mac is turned on.
- Unplug the HDMI cable from your Mac, then plug it in again.
- Turn on the HDMI device.
If the video on your HDTV or display extends beyond the borders of the screen, open Displays preferences and adjust the Underscan slider for a better fit. Use any of these methods to open Displays preferences:
- Choose Apple () menu > System Preferences, then click Displays.
- Press Shift-Command-A to open the Applications folder. Then double-click System Preferences, then click Displays.
- If your keyboard has brightness controls, press Option–Brightness Up or Option–Brightness Down.
If your HDMI device isn't receiving audio from your Mac:
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- Choose Apple menu > System Preferences, then click Sound. In the Output pane, make sure that your HDMI device is selected.
- If you're connecting using a Mini DisplayPort adapter, make sure that your Mac can send audio over Mini DisplayPort.
- If you're connecting from a Mac mini, unplug any audio device that is plugged into your computer's Audio-Out port.
If your Mac goes to sleep while a video is playing or paused, you might see an HDCP error. Quit the app that is playing the video, then open the app again. If the issue continues, choose Apple menu > System Preferences, then click Energy Saver and adjust the settings so that your display doesn't turn off.
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- If your Mac has an HDMI port, you can use the Apple HDMI to DVI Adapter to connect to a DVI display.
- Mac computers don't support using CEC (Consumer Electronics Control) to control HDMI devices.