Use the Lightning Digital AV Adapter with your iPad with Retina display, iPad mini, iPhone 5, and iPod touch (5th generation) with Lightning connector. The Lightning Digital AV Adapter supports mirroring of what is displayed on your device screen — including apps, presentations, websites, slideshows, and more — to your HDMI-equipped TV, display, projector, or other compatible display in up to 1080p HD.
It also outputs video content — movies, TV shows, captured video — to your big screen in up to 1080p HD. Simply attach the Lightning Digital AV Adapter to the Lightning connector on your device and then to your TV or projector via an HDMI cable (sold separately).
What's in the Box?
- Lightning Digital AV Adapter
- Requires an HDMI cable (sold separately) for connection to your TV or projector. Supports both video and audio output.
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Can I use this to tether video with my Nikon D800 to my mini Ipad 3rd generation or Iphone 6+?
- Asked by Andrew B from Los Angeles
Will I still receive calls when I'm using the Lightning to hdmi adapter
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Will this product work on the Panasonic eXport system on a plane?
- Asked by Victor A from Germantown
No. HDMI is digital and composite/s-video is analog. Most adapters that convert are expensive and No. HDMI is digital and composite/s-video is analog. Most adapters that convert are expensive and require an addition power supply to plug in. There is not a cable that will do this. …
- Answered by Sean S from Mt. Pleasant
If the HDMI is hocked to a larger touchscreen, will touch functionality work on the mirrored screen?
- Asked by Frederick C from Amsterdam
No. All input must be done on the originating device be it your iPhone or iPad. All this does is tra No. All input must be done on the originating device be it your iPhone or iPad. All this does is transfer audio and sound. …
- Answered by Paul S from Seffner