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iPhone Presentation - Like Job's Demo


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jmullenberg

 
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I want to sell my company on using the iPhone. I have everything set up on my phone (ie email, contacts, accessing inventory & sales reports, etc.). Is there a way i can run a presentation for my boss's the way Steve Jobs does the demos on the iPhone?

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If you mean run the presentation ON the iPhone then im not too sure how you can do that. If you want to make a presentation about the iPhone, use Keynote from iWork 08.

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I wish to run the presentation on the iPhone and have it display on a projector or tv. So the viewers can watch what I'm doing on the iPhone.

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Oh, i get it now. Im not sure how you would do that. Sorry.

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There is an adaptor available at the apple store, it plugs into the iphone and connects to VGA or Component. I have no idea wether this will only display movies or if you can see everything.
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If you jailbreak your iPhone, you can VNC in if you use this tool:
http://www.tuaw.com/2008/09/18/veenc...er-for-iphone/

That will allow you to show your iPhone's screen on a bigger display. Not sure how fast it is though...

Alternatively, sign up for a free Apple developer account, install XCode and run the iPhone simulator. However it only has a few apps, not the whole shebang.
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