10 Ways to Show Your iPad on a Projector Screen
In my visits to various schools, I'd say that Apple TV, AirServer, Reflector, and X-Mirage work about 50% of the time. That's because AirPlay requires the device and the computer or Apple TV to be on the same network (unless you're using the newest Apple TV and iOS 8). Often schools have different networks for mobile devices and for PCs so AirPlay won't work. Also, AirPlay requires specific ports to be open on the network for Bonjour (and frequently they are not configured to be open). Mirroring360 has a feature called Mirroring Assist. It can work without the need to open ports for Bonjour. Even if your network allows for AirPlay connections, it also needs to be reliable. If your Wi-Fi network won't cooperate with AirPlay, you should check out iTools. After upgrading to to OS X 10.10 Yosemite, Mac users can mirror their iPad's screen using a Lightning cable. iPad will show up as a camera source in QuickTime.
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