I called Apple with my questions but the Senior Level Support rep didn't even know the answer. Maybe one of you can help. Here goes: Here's what I want to do: I want to be able to play all types of streaming internet video content from my iPhone 5 on my HDTV at home. Basically I'd like to mirror my iP5 onto my TV. First my setup: I do not have broadband or DSL internet service at home. Instead I have an unlimited data plan (Verizon) and unlimited hotspot service on my iP5. With the LTE service, tethering other devices to my IP5 is meeting my needs. Back to my issue. I understand I have about 3 options to stream video content onto TV: 1) Using a cable, connect my TV to another device (like my old iPhone 4S), which is tethered to my iP5 via hotspot. This is what I'm doing right now, but my problem is that I still get some buffering, etc. My download speeds are significantly slower using the iP 4s via hotspot VS. using the iP5 directly. This has made me want to figure out how to just run my fast iP5 directly to the TV. 2) Connect iP5 to TV with Lightning to HDMI cable. Major problem with this setup is that not all internet video content on iP5 supports video out capability (using cable to TV). BTW, this is also a problem with my setup in #1 above. I would basically like to mirror onto the TV all the video content and fast download speeds that I get on my iP5. This leads me to my next option & question, which stumped the Apple techs. 3) Mirror video content from iP5 to TV using Apple TV via AirPlay. Before buying an Apple TV, here are my questions: - Can I mirror iP5 to ATV using only the wireless internet-hotspot on my iP5? Again, I don't have broadband internet at home, & all the stuff I read about on ATV assumes you have a wi-if Internet setup which is separate from the devices that are using Airplay/mirroring. In my case, the Internet is accessed through the iP5 itself, which is what I want to mirror to the ATV. The Apple techs could not answer this question for me (they just told me buy it & try it). - If it ends up that I can do this, would I still face buffering issues with the ATV as it wirelessly receives content from the iP5? In other words, does the mirroring process mean that I will have slower download speeds (& buffering problems) with the ATV vs. if I was just running a cable straight from the iP5 to the TV? I'm just not sure how mirroring works between Apple devices. If anybody has any experience or advice on this issue, I would GREATLY appreciate it. Thanks!