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Projecting from an iOS device is unfortunately more difficult than it should be. In addition to iOS software limitations, there is a hardware requirement of a special cable, and even the cable is specific to the type of iOS device in use.
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Projecting from an iOS device is unfortunately more difficult than it should be. In addition to iOS software limitations, there is a hardware requirement of a special cable, and even the cable is specific to the type of iOS device in use.  
  
#Order the correct VGA adapter cable for your iOS device from the Apple Store.
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#Order the correct VGA adapter cable for your iOS device from the Apple Store.  
#Connect the VGA adapter to your iOS device and to the Projector.
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#Connect the VGA adapter to your iOS device and to the Projector.  
 
#Select an app that supports Projection.
 
#Select an app that supports Projection.
  

Revision as of 00:36, 26 February 2011

Ios projector icon.jpg Projection using iOS devices

Projecting from an iOS device is unfortunately more difficult than it should be. In addition to iOS software limitations, there is a hardware requirement of a special cable, and even the cable is specific to the type of iOS device in use.

  1. Order the correct VGA adapter cable for your iOS device from the Apple Store.
  2. Connect the VGA adapter to your iOS device and to the Projector.
  3. Select an app that supports Projection.

LIS Admin Notes

  • Not all apps can project. Apple has restricted video out to the following limited list of apps: Videos, Photos (slideshow playback only), YouTube, Keynote, Safari (video content on webpages). If you need to project a web site, you may want to try the paid Atomic Web Browser app, available from the App Store.
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