The text for this adapter says both "up to 720p HD" and "up to 1080p". Which is it? (The text for the 30-pin digital adapter does a better job.)
The text for your new Lightning Digital AV Adapter needs a clearer explanation of its resolution limits. The older 30-pin Digital AV Adapter says your iPad is mirrored on an "HDMI-compatible display in up to 1080p HD (movies play at up to 720p)." Are the same limitations in effect here?
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From the Overview:
"Use the Lightning Digital AV Adapter to mirror whatever’s on your iPad ... on your HDMI-equipped TV ... in up to 720p HD."
"Watch video on the big screen in up to 1080p by connecting your device ... to a television, projector, or other HDMI-compatible display."
- Answered by Nathan S from Fresno
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- Mar. 11, 2015
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