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Mirror your photos on your Smart TV
Mirror your photos on your Smart TV

Broadcast your device’s display to a Smart TV to see your photos on a larger screen.

Written by Lara
Updated over a week ago

You can now mirror your iPhone's display on your Smart TV. Mirroring (also called screen sharing) is the process of replicating a device's screen onto a TV screen. Please note this is only relevant for iOS devices.

Mirror your iPhone using Apple TV (AirPlay Mirroring)

  1. Make sure your Apple TV device is connected to your TV.

  2. Ensure that both the Apple TV and your iPhone are on the same Wi-Fi network.

  3. If you have an iPhone X or newer, swipe down from the upper-right corner to reveal the Control Center. Otherwise, swipe up to reveal the Control Center.

  4. Tap the Screen Mirroring button.

Open the Control Center and select Screen Mirroring.
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5. Select your Apple TV from the list of available devices.

6. On your iOS device, enter the four-digit code that appears on your TV screen. (By default, you’ll only need to do this once for each device.)

7. To disconnect from the TV, follow steps 1 through 3, and then select Stop
Mirroring or Stop AirPlay from the list.

If you don't have an Apple TV device, simply make sure your Smart TV contains an AirPlay or compatible air screening capability (most new generation TVs include this), and follow steps #3-#7.

If you have any questions on mirroring your iPhone on your TV, please feel free to contact our support team.

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