Despite lack of official support, you can use Blu-ray on the Mac and new iPad. It just takes a few more steps than on a Windows machine, and only comes with a lot of help from third-party software. But it can be done. Here’s how.
1. Install Pavtube Blu-ray to iPad 3 Converter for Mac (Free download the Trial Version of Mac Blu-ray to new iPad Ripper)
2. Connect an external BD drive to your Mac, and insert your Blu-ray movie disc into it (If you’ve already stored a Blu-ray ISO file or a Blu-ray folder on your hard drive, you can omit the external BD drive and Blu-ray disc, because Pavtube iPad 3 1080p Blu-ray Ripper for Mac allows you to load source files directly from a Blu-ray ISO image file and a Blu-ray folder save on your Mac’s HDD.)
Full Guide: How to convert Blu-ray movies to 1080p video for the new iPad 3 on Mac?
Step one: Load Blu-ray source file to Pavtube Blu-ray to iPad 3 Converter for Mac
Step two: Select “iPad 3 Full HD Video (*.mp4)” as output format
In order to convert Blu-ray disc/Blu-ray folder/Blu-ray ISO to the new iPad 3 with 1080p image quality, you need choose this Full HD format for your new iPad 3.
Step three: Start ripping Blu-ray movies to iPad 3 1080p video
Click the “Convert” button to start Blu-ray to the new iPad 3 on Mac conversion. Once the ripping task is finished, you can click “Open” button to get the output files and stream/transfer the converted Blu-ray to iPad 3 via iTunes for entertainment.