Would Thunderbolt support on iPad Pro fix issue with external monitor sidebars?
Basically, the title.
If I plug my iPad Air with USB C into an external monitor, there are sidebars because it’s a different aspect ratio.
If the new iPad Pro that is rumored to get upgraded to Thunderbolt support through USB C comes out, will that fix the monitor issue? No more sidebars when using a Thunderbolt connection to a monitor? Or dare I suggest, even getting to use the display as additional space and not just mirroring the iPad?
Otherwise, what’s the point of Thunderbolt? Just faster speeds? Sorry if it’s a dumb question.
Thunderbolt is faster and allows more types of devices to connect. The external display aspect ratio limitation is due to how Apple has set up iPadOS, not that the iPad only has USB-C.