The new iPadOS 13.4 introduced pointers, which allows you to supplement touch interaction with a more traditional pointing device, like a mouse or touchpad. Brian Stucki, MacStadium VP and Apple Evangelist, demonstrated how you can access a remote Mac mini at MacStadium, bringing new meaning to cloud computing. And if you’re not following MacStadium or Brian on Twitter, you’re missing out!

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Pretty cool, right? You can now view, troubleshoot and leverage the computing power of a remote Mac mini in a super-portable form factor. If you’re interested in hearing more about our Mac minis, join us on April 22 at 1 PM EDT for our webinar, “Digging Deeper into 2018 Mac minis at MacStadium,” with Kevin Beebe, VP of Product Management. Sign up now to reserve your seat!

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