Posted 17 March 2011 - 01:40 PM
I can confirm that it works, too. I taught Sunday at church and will be teaching tonight at IWU with the iPad and a projector.
Sunday was kind of my test run, and it worked great. In fact, after teaching with the first gen iPad for the entire last year at church, I had one member ask "What's that?" this past Sunday when the Home Screen of my iPad 2 briefly appeared on screen.
I have the VGA adapter, not the HDMI adapter as I don't have anything with an HDMI input that I regularly connect to. I'm certain that eventually we'll see more projectors with HDMI, but right now, all of them that I ever use have VGA.
My television at home has HDMI, but again, I don't have much need to connect my iPad to it. However, just for sake of testing, I did connect my iPad to the VGA connection on my television and it worked great, too. The picture was extremely crisp.
The VGA adapter (and the HDMI adapter) both work with the original iPad too.
But not with full mirroring of every app.
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