Display media from your Apple device on an HDTV or other HDMI-compatible screen using this Apple® MD826ZM/A Lightning digital A/V adapter, which features video mirroring capability for enjoying content in up to 1080p resolution.
Compatible with select Apple iPad®, iPhone® and iPod® models
Including iPad (4th Generation), iPad mini, iPhone 5, 5s, 6s and 6s Plus and 5th-generation iPod touch.
Provides a simple connection.
Video-out support up to 1080p
Allows you to enjoy crisp, high-definition video on an HDTV, video projection screen or other HDMI-compatible display.
Makes it easy to view apps, presentations, Web sites and more in up to 720p high-definition resolution.
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A:AnswerYou need an HDMI cable to connect the adapter to the HDMI port on your tv. Make sure you are on the correct tv input (hdmi1,HDMI 2). Your iPad or iPhone screen will appear on your tv. We use it to watch Netflix, etc.
A:AnswerHad that happen too. Connect your device with the adapter first then open up the app and begin the content you want to store, For some reason if the content is already running you will only get the sound.
A:AnswerDownload Speedtest by Ookla (that’s what I use) Test your WiFi/internet, then turn off WiFi router or WiFi on the phone and test your phones data service. Compare both speeds for download/upload (mainly down) and google how many mbps you need to stream your services like Netflix or Prime videos.
(( I am pretty sure (not 100% sure) some of the data gets used in the background for updates. Like app updates, push notifications from social media sites or even checking emails. So you might need to turn pretty much everything in the background off, just to give your streams access to the most data available. ))
Here’s my experience— In my home I get about 1-2 bars tops usually so it takes forever to download stuff to my phone and usually have a big buffering time when starting a stream. At times it would buffer during the show too. Not to mention trying to do anything online was a pain most of the time, even simple google searches. It was way too frustrating for me, so I decided to keep internet.—
I would say if your phone has enough phone memory just buy/download your movies and shows directly to your device. I would also recommend finding a place offering free WiFi or even asking a friend/family member if you’re able to use their WiFi sometimes.
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