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Can you connect iPhone 4 to a tv? And a Netflix?


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Hey do anyone know if you can connect the iPhone 4 to a tv and if so what all do you need to do it?

I read that it was a Netflix App, like the one for the iPad that lets you stream video to the iPhone. Is that app available yet? I searched itunes but couldn't find it. I'm going to search again for it. I probably overlooked it.

But if anybody has any insight to my questions and care to share, it'll be much appreciated.

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Netflix for iPhone will be available later this summer.

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I think i've seen a 30-pin to composite video cable at a few places.

Ah, here it is!

Apple Composite AV Cable - Apple Store (U.S.)

For an even better connection, check your TV inputs and see if you have a set of red green and blue...

http://store.apple.com/us/product/MB...co=MTY3ODQ5OTY
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Aw...thanks for both you helping me out. Much Appreciated it

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It's a shame it can't output in HD though.

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It's a shame it can't output in HD though.

well i believe the iP4 can output 720p, but is limited by the component cable to 480p
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