|Apr 30, 2012, 06:12 AM||#1|
Using my iPhone as an AirPlay 'router'
I want to be able to connect my iPad to my iPhone via a wireless connection, dock my iPhone into my speakers then play a movie on my iPad and listen to the sound through the speakers. The reason is so I can watch a movie while running on a treadmill without using earphones - I hate earphones! Is this possible?
(new iPad, iPhone 4S)
|Apr 30, 2012, 08:46 AM||#3|
How far is the speaker dock from the treadmill? It may be easier to just get a long cable that runs from the headphone jack of your iPad to the AUX input on the speakers.
iPhone 6 Plus, AT&T 64GB Space Gray!!!!!!!Mac Mini (latest model), iBook G4, Mac Mini (mid 2007), iPhone, iPhone 4, ATV3, iPad 2, iPad Mini, iPad Air.
|Apr 30, 2012, 10:16 AM||#5|
I have a few around the house and they work awesome.
MacBook Air|13.3"|128GB • iPad Mini 2|32GB|LTE • iPhone 6 Plus|64GB|LTE • Apple TV • Time Capsule
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