Projection method for iOS devices to project to Windows 10

With the development of technology, screen projection technology has become an indispensable part of modern life. On iOS devices, we can project screen content onto Windows 10 computers in various ways. This article will provide a detailed introduction to the method of projecting iOS devices to Windows 10, helping you easily achieve cross platform projection.

Screen mirroring technology refers to the real-time transmission of screen content from one device to another, achieving screen sharing and synchronization. Screen projection technology can be widely applied in fields such as home, office, and education, improving work efficiency, promoting team collaboration, and enhancing entertainment experience.

Method for projecting iOS devices to Windows 10

  1. AirPlay screen mirroring

AirPlay is a wireless screen projection technology launched by Apple, suitable for image transmission between Apple devices (such as iPhone, iPad, etc.) and devices that support AirPlay (such as Apple TV, smart TV, etc.). The following are the steps to achieve iOS device screen mirroring to a Windows 10 computer through AirPlay:

(1)Hardware preparation

We need a smart TV or Apple TV that supports AirPlay, as well as a Windows 10 computer. Ensure that devices are connected to the same Wi Fi network.

(2)Software settings

Open the Control Center on your iOS device, click on the “Screen Mirroring” icon, search for and select the Windows 10 computer you want to project your screen on. At this point, the screen content on the iOS device will be transmitted in real-time to the computer screen.

(3)Adjust display mode

On a Windows 10 computer, you can adjust the display mode to meet the needs of different scenes by dragging the display thumbnail in the bottom right corner of the screen.

  1. Third party screen projection software

In addition to AirPlay, there are many third-party screen projection software on the market that can help achieve iOS device screen projection to Windows 10 computers. These software typically require you to install corresponding applications on both your computer and iOS device, and follow the software prompts for operation. The following are some commonly used third-party screen projection software:


When using AirPlay or third-party screen projection software, the following points should be noted:

  1. Ensure that devices are connected to the same Wi Fi network;
  2. Follow the software prompts to avoid connection failures caused by incorrect operations;
  3. When using USB connection, it is necessary to pay attention to whether the device’s ports match and whether corresponding drivers need to be installed;
  4. If there are problems such as unstable connection or screen lag, you can try restarting the device or changing the network environment to try again;
  5. When using third-party screen projection software, it is necessary to pay attention to personal privacy protection to avoid unauthorized access and data leakage.