Apple phone screen commonly used method to share

In our daily life, we often encounter some scenes that make us want to share the photos, videos, documents and other contents in the mobile phone with friends around us. But experientially, the “small screen” of the phone is anything but satisfying. I’m sure many of you are wondering, is there some way to project the picture from our phone directly onto our TV screen?

The iPhone screen method

For iPhone users, there are two common ways to present the screen:


Using AirPlay for wireless projection is obviously the most convenient. To ensure that the phone and the monitor are on the same WiFi, we just need to call up the iPhone’s Control center, click the AirPlay option, and then select the device to connect to complete the screen projection.

It’s worth noting that in the upcoming iOS11, AirPlay will have a new, more accessible name — screen mirroring, which uses roughly the same method and location. However, wireless projection also has disadvantages, such as delays, poor stability and possible mismatches.

  1. Cable connection

So, if you need a more stable projection, try wired. However, compared with wireless projection screen, the cost of wired projection screen may be higher, need to buy a separate transfer cable.