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How to Play Blu-ray on iPad 4

As the only widely-available high-definition format for optical media, Blu-ray is capable of supporting extremely HD video effect. Although Apple is reluctant to ship with Blu-ray driver, you can also to enjoy Blu-ray HD videos on your Mac via a Blu-ray driver and a Mac Blu-ray Player. But an increasing number of users wonder if there is any possible to play Blu-ray on Pad, especially the newly-released iPad 4 (or the 4th generation iPad).

iPad 4, as the leader of tablet computers, has got lots of fans around the world. Supporting up to 1080p video, you can enjoy your HD movies on iPad 4 comfortably. But it is a pity that you can’t enjoy your Blu-ray movies on iPad because of no BD drive with your device. With the release of Mac Blu-ray player 2 serial versions, this problem be solved. Its built-in “AirX” makes it possible to enjoy Blu-ray on an iPad 4 conveniently.


Mac/PC, iPad 4, Mac Blu-ray Player, Optical drive (internal/external with USB above 2.0), Network Connection (Make sure that both devices are connected to the same Wi-Fi environment)

You can follow the steps below.

Step1: Free download Mac Blu-ray Player

Both Mac and Windows version are available, download the appropriate one, install and run it.

Step2: Enable AriX

Before open any files, you should enable the AriX option under the “Tools” menu first.

Step3: Open Blu-ray Player

Click on “Open File” or “Open Disk” button to load the Blu-ray. After a little while, the screen will go black and then you can get the website URL “”.

Step4: Play Blu-ray videos on iPad

Open “Safari” in you iPad and then input the URL into the address bar. Then the loaded Blu-ray source will be listed, you can enjoy it on you iPad.

Step5: Save

After watching the movie, you can save this address as a shortcut on your home screen. In details, you can press the save button and select “Add to Home Screen” option. Done.

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