How to Screen Mirror iOS 13 iPhone to a Mac or Windows Computer Wirelessly

Learn how to wirelessly screen mirror an iPhone with iOS 13 to an Apple TV, Mac or Windows computer.

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AirParrot 2 Pro Tip: Mirror Apps, Not Screens

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An easy-to-use AirParrot 2 feature keeps your audience focused on the most important content during a presentation or lecture.

The “Specific-App Mirroring” feature allows you to mirror an application running on your computer instead of everything on the screen at once. Regardless of how many applications you have open on your computer (i.e.  Microsoft Word, Safari, QuickTime Player, etc.), AirParrot gives you the option to choose the one that is most relevant and display only that content.

What does this mean for you? No more dragging and minimizing all of your open windows and apps to find the right application or showcase the most important data. Easily accomplish both tasks right from the AirParrot menu.

Just follow the steps listed below:

  1. Click on the AirParrot icon in your menu bar.
  2. Hover over the “Application” option under the “From” menu
  3. Choose which application you would like to share with the group

AP App StepsPro tip: If you are not seeing the application you would like to mirror in the Application section under the “From” menu, you most likely have the app minimized. The app must be on the screen for AirParrot to mirror the application.

 

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