• 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Works well but expensive for my taste

    • Written by from Burlington

    I'm pretty convinced the bad reviews are from people who have lofty expectations about what this is supposed to do. Several apps such as Youtube and Amazon Instant don't "connect" through the HDMI. That's just how it works, some services just don't play through the HDMI. You would have to complain to the media servicer because there's nothing wrong with the cable.

    1 of 2 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Works as advertised

    • Written by from Fairbanks

    Purchased this adapter for my iPhone 4s and iPad 2 to mirror netflix to HDMI tv. Worked perfectly. No problems.

    2 of 4 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    OMG!!!!!

    • Written by from Quincy

    I have been useing the New Version Apple Digital AV Adapter ( A1422 ) sence it was first made available. Started using it with my iPad 2nd gen., only about a month old and at first it did not work at all with genaric HDMI cable I had so I went and spent $46 on a nice black and blue Nylon woven sleaving around the actual cable with the Gold plated connection ends and it worked great. I then bought the iPad 3rd gen. ( The New iPad ) and started using the Adapter with it and this time flawless, no issue at all. This adapter is working great with the iPad 2nd with the newest update 7.1 to kick, how, I Don't know why and don't care, it works great, if it isn't broke don't fix it right. And still working great with the iPad 3rd with 7.1.... So I have no complaint with it, on working with the iPads.

    My problem is when I hook up the HDMI with my iPod Touch 4th gen. to my HDTV and tried all three ports, all I get is very great sound and no picture. Tried all there ports shutting everything off and restarting the HDTV and iPod Touch 4th gen. And still the same thing great sound and no picture, I mean really. I just want to use for RedBox Instant app. Yes it works with it on both iPads but not the iPod. Why not just use the iPad sense it works with it you, well I will tell ya, lol, I wont to be able to use my iPad while in and out of the movie. But check this out the TV I am trying it on is a off brand that works really well called a Sceptre HDTV , well thats what the makers say anyway, in my opinion it's not a true HDTV because we get the HD services and lol it still don't look like our LG Smart HDTV that I have not tried the iPod Touch 4th on yet. And I will later and give the update. Thank you for reading, have a great one.

    2 of 2 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Works as advertised

    • Written by from Raleigh

    Bought this today. Had a problem at first with video ... snow ... video ... snow ... video. Switched to another HDMI input on my TV and have had absolutely *NO* problems since. Plays beautiful video and audio is top-notch. Works equally well on my iPhone 4S (ISO7) and my wife's iPad 2 (IOS6)

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Ok, might fixed alot of peoples problems

    • Written by from FORT WALTON BEACH

    Like 70% of you this item didnt work, AT ALL. after a few basic computer troubleshooting, i have come across a potential fix. Turn your iPad off > plug in Adapter > turn on. While on the iPad it will transfer and mimic the screen. Once in a movie or show itll take up full screen. SO far i dont have any complaints other than maybe apple should have found some way to remove this bug after a year of people complaining

    5 of 5 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Works fine with iOS 6

    • Written by from Shoreview

    There are a few reviews on here that say the adapter doesn't work with iOS 6. These reviews are INCORRECT. The adapter works fine with iOS 6.

    7 of 21 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    It Works Fine So Far

    • Written by from Dayton

    I've read a few reviews that made me worry, but I haven't experienced anything bad so far. It mirrors everything on my screen pretty well. It's cropped, but it mirrors everything. When I click on a youtube video, however, the video utilizes the entire screen. It works fine, but I'm hesitant to give it a full five stars because I haven't yet tried it with every program.

    4 of 6 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Works well on original iPad for video-out only

    • Written by from Lawrence

    ...because that is all it supports on original iPad, along with photo slideshows. I think Keynote supports it too but I never used it.

    This is an awesome thing for the traveler because most hotel TVs now have HDMI ports. Unfortunately many hotels disable the ability to switch the TV's input source, hoping you'll spend $10 or so for a blurry lo-def old movie. If you can disconnect everything from the back of the TV aside from HDMI obviously, then it'll usually work. I also have the AV adapter for older sets with no HDMI, or where the HDMI is disabled; sometimes you can get a signal through the AV input. Some hotels like Aloft and some Westins have a box with all kinds of inputs but these are pretty hit-or-miss; at the Westin Atlanta airport, the HDMI did not work but the AV inputs did.

    I was going to buy a refurb iPad 3, but now after reading reports that iOS 6 breaks video output I think I'll stick with the old one, which can't even run iOS 6, and video is about the only thing I use the iPad for anyway. If/when this problem is fixed then I'll replace it with an iPad 3, not the 4 or mini, no need to re-purchase two new video-out adapters or 30pin->Lightning adapters; just what I need, one more white expensive little thing to lose or forget in a hotel room... already spent enough on new power supplies.

    44 of 49 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Tricky at first, but great once we got it going

    • Written by from Howard Lake

    I had first purchased this to use to connect our ipad to our tv. Had I done a little more reading I would have seen that it wasn't compatible with our ipad version. Then, I tried to plug it into my husband's iphone4. When I plugged it in the phone said not this accessory was not supported with my device. Great. I had all but given up when I decided to try my iphone. Plugged it in. worked just fine. Realized my husband's phone has never had a software update and mine has. Not sure if that was the difference but glad we tried.

    24 of 28 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    cable sticks

    • Written by from El Paso

    The digital AV adapter works great with iPad2, the only concern is that it is a little hard to remove, has to be wiggled left to right, does not slip in and out like the cable that charges it.

    10 of 16 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Works for me quite well

    • Written by from Jacksonville

    Hooked my iPad 3 to a Samsung P2770HD monitor, and there it is! Screen looks like my iPad!

    It is a "snug" connection - a tiny bit hard to get out of the iPad3 - hope that it holds up as I do plan to plug it / unplug it, often.

    8 of 9 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Works great with iPhone 4S, loses 3G with HDMI connected

    • Written by from Helendale

    I imported some TV shows off of DVD and they look great on the 42" LCD TV, but I noticed that when it is connected to the HDMI out it loses its broadband connection. I have yet to try it while having it plugged into the charger and viewing streaming video to see if that is the issue. Overall it does what it says it will do.

    11 of 13 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Av adapter for iPad 2

    • Written by from West stalls

    Gets good reception. What I don't like about it is that it doesn't fit into the iPad very tight and the least little move of the iPad and it comes out.

    42 of 53 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Works well but

    • Written by from San Diego

    I purchased this accessory for my new iPad 3. it works very well except for two glaring issues. The first issue another reviewer has already pointed out but it is very true; the problem is that no one told me that there were two buttons on the side that would allow me to take out the adapter with ease so for an entire week I was pulling on this thinking that I was about to break my iPad by pulling on it the connector. so I think it is very important like the other reviewer quoted that you need to have a notice that the purchaser can see right away that tells them about the two buttons on the side to disconnect it from the connector. The other issue may be something that the other people who haven't gotten this to work need to acknowledge. For some reason when I used a cheaper HDMI cable it did not work so when I exchanged it for another HDMI cable I had laying around that was much more expensive it did work I don't know why

    56 of 73 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    It's not the Adapter, it's iDevice/display compatibility

    • Written by from Concord

    Reviewers who experience problems need to learn that HDMI is a flakey, frequently unstable interface for displays and other devices just as the first FireWire is, regardless of whether it's an Apple product or any other brand of cable, adapter, and device. The solution, beside having the latest iOS update, is making the connection as short and direct as possible as well as learning that you may have to "wake up" the display by reconnecting the cable (I installed a switch just to avoid that) or find out what works for you (power-cycle or switch between inputs on your display). The ultimate solution is to substitute another model or display/TV. If you take your device and adapter with the connecting cable into an Apple store it will most likely work fine with their equipment because they have selected the display or TV that they know works with the Pod, Phone, and Pad. Don't blame Apple for the incompatibility.

    27 of 45 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Worked fine

    • Written by from Moline

    I have the new iPad and worked just fine. Just a pain because apples USB charging cable is so short. Why apple? We like cords to be at least 6ft!

    8 of 9 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    Cool but not great

    • Written by from South San Francisco

    I have the 1st Generation iPad it only works on watching movie and movie app (Netflix). All others won't send to TV some only get sound but no video (Photo won't work). Youtube OK.
    I did updated the OS to 5.1

    I use it on my iPhone 4S everything send to TV even playing games but will not show in FULL SCREEN.

    Overall - I like it since I purchase this adapter mainly for watching the movie on TV. Picture quality depends on the movie itself. HD movies are great. I choose this adapter over the Apple TV because I use my iPad in different locations and all I need is to bring this adapter.

    22 of 30 people found this useful

  • 4.0 out of 5 stars

    love it

    • Written by from Austin

    i have the ipad 1 and 2, ipod touch 4g, iphone 4 and 4s, 50 in tv. for me its an awesome combo

    13 of 25 people found this useful