How To Cast Your iPhone Onto the Big Screen and Enjoy Seamless Connectivity

How To Cast Your iPhone Onto the Big Screen and Enjoy Seamless Connectivity

With the release of the iPhone and its new Type-C port, casting or screen mirroring your phone content onto a projector has never been easier. But not all projectors are created equal. Thankfully, NOMVDIC offers a wide range of smart projectors that not only boast superior image quality and portability but also come with the latest connectivity options, including Type-C support as well as wireless connection via Wifi or Bluetooth. 

In this article, we will walk you through how you can easily cast your iPhone content onto your projector: 

Connecting with a Cable: 

  1. Gather your materials. The USB-C port and the HDMI port are the most popular connection options. You'll need a Type-C to Type-C cable (if you’re using the iPhone 15) and your projector, or, you may want to get a Lightning Digital AV Adapter that Apple sells which lets you connect your iPhone to an HDMI cable. 
  2. Connect your devices. Simply plug one end of the Type-C cable into your iPhone 15's charging port and the other end into the projector's Type-C port or HDMI port. If you're using a NOMVDIC projector, consult the brief chart on our I/O options for image projection. 





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    If you don’t see the iPhone’s screen mirrored onto the projection image, you might need to access your phone's control center and select "Screen Mirroring" to activate the connection. Once connected, you can also adjust the projector's settings to optimize your viewing experience. This might include adjusting the brightness, contrast, and volume to best suit the big screen. You can also explore the projector's built-in features, such as keystone correction and focus adjustment. 


    Tip: For optimal performance, ensure your iPhone 15 is fully charged before connecting it to the projector. 



    Wireless Connection with WiFi: 


    If you prefer a cable-free setup, all NOMVDIC projectors offer wireless casting capabilities through WiFi. This allows you to mirror your iPhone/Android phone, or laptop screen onto the projector without any physical connection. 


    Since the setup steps might differ based on different brands of projector, here's how to do it with a NOMVDIC smart projector: 

    1. Connect your iPhone 15 and the projector to the same WiFi network. You can also share your mobile hotspot with the NOMVDIC smart projector.
    2. Open the Control Center on your iPhone 15.
    3. Tap on "Screen Mirroring", and select the NOMVDIC projector from the list.
    4. Your iPhone screen will now be mirrored onto the projector. 

    Casting streaming content from a phone to a projector: 

    If you want to directly cast the content of your streaming services such as YouTube or Netlfix, you can also take the following steps: 

    1. Launch any apps with casting features, such as YouTube. 
    2. Choose the video you would like to watch, and click the “casting” button. 
    3. Select the NOMVDIC projector from the list. 
    4. Enjoy! 


    With its intuitive interface and user-friendly design, casting your phone onto a NOMVDIC smart projector is a breeze. Whether you prefer the convenience of a wired connection or the freedom of wireless casting, NOMVDIC has you covered. 


    Other Benefits: Elevate Your Entertainment Experience with a NOMVDIC Projector 

    In addition to offering Wi-Fi connectivity, all NOMVDIC projectors also boast Bluetooth capabilities. This means you can do more than just project images; you can also transform your NOMVDIC projector into a powerful speaker. Equipped with Harman/Kardon speakers, NOMVDIC projectors deliver crisp, rich sound, allowing you to enjoy high-quality music with friends and family. 


    Furthermore, the Bluetooth out feature lets you project games, TV series, or movies onto a large screen while using your Bluetooth headphones for a personal escape. Immerse yourself in a truly enjoyable and undisturbed experience. 



    Here’s also a tutorial on our YouTube channel with step by step guide.