How to Connect iPad to TV with Apple TV

It’s cozy to lying in bed and watching movie or TV with your iPad. However, sometimes you may want to see movies on a large screen. Is it possible to connect iPad to TV? Of course you can. Read on and you’ll find it’s actually quite simple to connect iPad to your TV with Apple TV.

Connec iPad to Your TV With Apple TV and AirPlay

The best way to connect your iPad to your TV is using Apple TV. Apple TV supports AirPlay streaming Netflix and YouTube. And even with apps that don’t directly support AirPlay, you can use Display Mirroring to replicate your iPad’s display on your TV.

Apple TV also works great with the iPhone and iPod Touch, allowing you to stream video through AirPlay or just use your entertainment system’s speakers to play music. Apple TV costs more than some of the other options, but it is also the only solution that is wireless. And being wireless will really come in handy for games like Real Racing 2, which fully supports AirPlay to deliver a console-like experience.

How to Stream an iPad’s Screen to a TV with Apple TV

  1. Turn on your TV and Apple TV and make sure that the Apple TV interface is shown on the TV screen.
  2. From your iPad’s Home screen, press the Home button twice to reveal the apps currently running in the background.
  3. Swipe a finger across the apps from left to right to reveal the playback, volume and brightness controls. Now tap the AirPlay button.


4.Tap on your Apple TV on the menu that appears and tap the switch next to Mirroring to set it to on.

5. Your iPad’s screen will now appear on the HD TV connected to your Apple TV.

How to Get Back Lost Data from iPad

iPad data loss seems to be a headache for most iPad users. And sometimes restore from iPad backup just won’t help (the lost data is not included in the iTunes backup). Good news is that we can now use iPad Data Recovery to recover lost contacts, notes, photos, videos and more from iPad mini, iPad 4, iPad 3 and other iPad models with ease.

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