Apple 30-pin to VGA Adapter
Use the Apple VGA Adapter to mirror whatever’s on your iPad or iPhone 4S screen — apps, presentations, websites, and more — on your VGA-equipped TV, display, projector, or other compatible display in up to 1080p HD. Video mirroring is supported on iPad 2 or later and iPhone 4S.
Watch slideshows and video on the big screen in up to 720p by connecting your iPad, iPhone 4, or iPod touch (4th generation) to a television, projector, or other VGA-compatible display. Video out supports up to 1080p for iPad 2 or later and iPhone 4S, and up to 720p for iPad, iPhone 4, and iPod touch (4th generation). Movies play at up to 720p.
The Apple VGA Adapter connects to your iPad, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPod touch (4th generation), iPad Dock, or Universal Dock via the dock connector and to your projector or display using the VGA adapter.
What’s in the Box
Apple VGA Adapter
- iPhone 4s
- iPhone 4
- iPod touch (4th Generation)
Answers from the community
Does it work with the NetFlix app?
- Asked by Anonymous A from XXXXXXXXXXXX
- on Apr 22, 2010
An update came out today that allows it to work with the Netflix App
- Answered by Jackson E from Evinston
- on May 19, 2010
does this adaptor work with SMART boards in schools?
- Asked by Rachel M from ASHINGTON
- on Mar 26, 2011
Is the VGA output on this cable Male or Female?
Also does it *require* the iPad Dock or can it be plugged directly into the iPad?
- Asked by Anonymous A from XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
- on Sep 1, 2010
male and can be plugged straight into the ipad or with dock
- Answered by Anonymous A from XXXXXXXX
- on Sep 28, 2010
Has anyone tried the IPAD Dock to VGA adapter with CineXPlayer? Does it work?
- Asked by Anonymous A from XXXXXXXXX
- on Aug 22, 2010
If you have a .ppt file in email will it project?
- Asked by Anonymous A from XXXXX
- on Apr 15, 2010
Keynote is a much better app than Powerpoint on the regular Mac, and from what I have seen, the iPad Keynote is a much better app than Powerpoint on the regular Mac, and from what I have seen, the iPad version works the same. You can import the powerpoint into Keynote and then play the presentation. Not every thing will convert to look exactly like the power point but it should be viewable.
- Answered by Dennis A from Ankeny
- on Apr 30, 2010