Trying to show off content on an iPad to a large number of coworkers or small business partners can be a hassle. It often involves passing the device from person to person, or people crowding around and struggling to get a glimpse of what you're talking about. Apple makes two types of adapters you can use to connect your iPad to a device, such as an LCD projector, for outputting your iPad's contents on a larger screen. Connect the pin connector side of the iPad adapter you're using into the pin connect along the lower edge of your device. Connect the other end of the video cable to an input port on the LCD projector that corresponds with the type of video cable you're using.
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Tablets like the Apple iPad are becoming standard in the workplace. Rather than showing your PowerPoint slides from a laptop, you might just want to connect your iPad to a projector for your meetings instead. When it comes to connecting your iPad or any other Apple device to a projector, you basically have two options, wireless or hard-wired.