“Use the Lightning Digital AV Adapter with your i Pad with Retina display, i Pad mini, i Phone 5, and i Pod touch (5th generation) with Lightning connector.The Lightning Digital AV Adapter supports mirroring of what is displayed on your device screen — including apps, presentations, websites, slideshows, and more — to your HDMI-equipped TV, display, projector, or other compatible display in up to 1080p HD.It sounds Apple is sharing a H.264 stream rather than blasting the raw video over lightning to the active components in the connector.Those components are not small, you can see them with the un-aided eye.I’d guess it is an embedded system not running i OS, with the code stored inside flash in the System in Package (Si P) Those components on the left, under the Apple chip – they’re probably decoupling capacitors. “Smaller than anything we’ve seen, electronics-wise. I don’t think it’s as crazy as it seems- with the “old” way of doing things, every i Pad ever made had to have the hardware to output HDMI video.
Simply attach the Lightning Digital AV Adapter to the Lightning connector on your device and then to your TV or projector via an HDMI cable (sold separately).” So the description at the Apple Store website is pretty deceptive, isn’t it?
When we plug in the old Dock Connector AV Adapter, the system gives us the 1920 x 1080: So that’s a bummer. I don’t mean Air Play the network protocol, but rather Air Play the video compression system.
When you plug a device into a television, you expect a clean, crisp signal — a mirror of what you see on the screen. But not with the Lightning Digital AV Adapter: Not exactly the cleanest text in the universe! (We don’t get these artifacts with the old AV adapter.) We thought we were going insane. In short: it appears the Lightning Digital AV Adapter has a So C CPU. ) from the device and boots it in a few seconds every time it’s connected, which would explain the fairly lengthy startup time for video out. All we can figure is that the small number of Lightning pins prevented them from doing raw HDMI period, and the elegance of the adapter trumped the need for traditional video out, so someone had to think seriously out of the box. If someone complains that this insignificant plug costs , tell them it’s a tiny computer! I like to record the screen output of my i Pad via HDMI (at 1080p) and this faux-Air Play solution is not cool :( Very very interesting.
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