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I have iPhone 4 and Apple Component Video cable. I am trying to watch my videos on SD TV using this. Problem I have is with the default resolution my iPhone outputs 480P video by default and I can't see that on my SDTV. Is there a way to change the default video format on tv out port to 480i?

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Simply put, no.

From the Apple page regarding the component out cable:


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Note: Component video output to television is supported by iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, iPad,*iPod nano (3rd*generation and later), iPod touch (2nd generation and later), and iPod classic at 480p or 576p resolution; and by iPhone 3G, iPhone, and iPod touch (1st generation) at 480i or 576i*resolution.
To connect any of the newer iDevices at 480i, you will need the composite connector cable.

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