Connecting an iPad to an external display


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Connecting an iPad to an external display

When Apple demonstrates a new iOS device, an iPhone, iPod touch or iPad, someone from the company waltzes out on stage and projects the iPad's entire interface to the crowd. You see the Home screen, the Settings screen, apps launching, apps quitting, presentations presented, and so on. For the first year of the iPad's life, mere mortals weren't allowed to do this. You can use an expensive cable to connect the iPad to a TV and watch videos from Apple's YouTube and videos apps, but that was about it. Thanks to the iPad 2, that's all changed.

Now with the correct adapter, you can display every bit of video offered by the iPad. This is an invaluable feature for people who want to use their iPads for teaching, demos, and presentations, where they need to show iPad features outside of Keynote. And if you like playing iPad games on the big screen, this is the way to do it. Two adapters support full video output of the iPad 2: Apple's $29 AV adapter and its digital AV adapt...

Connecting an iPad to an external display
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Connecting an iPad to an external display provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Christopher Breen as part of the iPad Tips and Tricks (2010)

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