All new Apple smartphones, from the simple iPhone 15 to the most advanced iPhone 15 Pro Max, support the DisplayPort interface. It allows you to display an HDR image in a resolution of up to 4K (3840 × 2160 pixels) on an external monitor or TV, according to the official technical specifications of the latest iPhones both Rulers.
DisplayPort support is implemented via the USB Type-C port, which debuted on all iPhone 15 models. This means the phone can be connected to a TV or monitor using a standard USB Type-C cable or a regular USB Type-C cable to the DisplayPort cable. and output images in 4K resolution at 60 Hz with HDR support.
Alternatively, you can use Apple’s own USB Type-C multiport adapter, which costs $69, and connect your phone to the HDMI port on your monitor or TV. In this case, however, you have to do without HDR. In previous iPhone models with a Lightning connector, image output was limited to a resolution of 1080p – Apple has released its own Lightning to HDMI and Lightning to VGA adapters for this purpose.
Unfortunately, the Stage Manager feature implemented in the iPad, which allows you to run a separate workspace on an external monitor, has not yet migrated to the iPhone.