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Although there are many presentation apps available, including PowerPoint and Keynote, nobody wishes to crowd around their phone to squint at your slides. This tutorial demonstrates how to use cables or wireless technology to link your iPhone to a TV or projector. Additionally, you can connect an iPhone and a mini projector.
There are several ways to wirelessly attach an iPhone to a projector. Here are some methods you can try:
- Use AirPlay: If you have an Apple TV or a projector that supports AirPlay, you can use this feature to wirelessly connect your iPhone to the projector. Here are the steps:
a. Connect your Apple TV or projector to a Wi-Fi network.
b. On your iPhone, swipe up from the bottom of the screen to open the Control Center.
c. Tap the Screen Mirroring icon.
d. Select your Apple TV or projector from the list of available devices.
e. Enter the AirPlay code if prompted.
- Use a Wireless HDMI Adapter: You can also use a wireless HDMI adapter to connect your iPhone to the projector. Here are the steps:
a. Plug the wireless HDMI adapter into the projector’s HDMI port.
b. Connect the adapter to a power source using the included USB cable.
c. Follow the manufacturer’s instructions to set up the adapter.
d. On your iPhone, go to Settings > Wi-Fi and connect to the wireless network created by the adapter.
e. Open the app that you want to display on the projector and start casting.
- Use a Wireless Projector: Some projectors come with built-in Wi-Fi, allowing you to connect your iPhone wirelessly.
Here are the steps:
a. Connect the projector to a power source and turn it on.
b. On your iPhone, go to Settings > Wi-Fi and connect to the wireless network created by the projector.
c. Open the app that you want to display on the projector and start casting.
Also read: AirPlay, HomeKit, Apple TV, and Apple Music are all accessible on the LG webOS Hub