All iPhone 15 support external displays with 4K resolution and

All iPhone 15 support external displays with 4K resolution and HDR

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.

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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.


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