iBook video output cables/adapters and resolutions

You can easily connect your iBook to a television or video projector using an appropriate adapter. Learn which adapter you can use with your computer.

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Apple A/V Cable

You can connect your iBook to a television using the Apple A/V. Simply plug it into the computer's composite audio/video port and connect it to a television. The cable is available from the Apple Store. It was included with the iBook (FireWire) computer.

VGA Cable

It's easy to connect your iBook to an external display or projector with the VGA (RGB) Cable. Simply connect it to the computer's VGA output port to connect the computer to an external display or projector. This cable was included with white iBook computers.

Apple Video Adapter

This adapter has S-video and composite video connectors, which is a convenient way to connect your iBook to a television or a video projector. It's available from the Apple Store. It won't work with earlier iBook computers that have a VGA output port or the iMac (Flat Panel) computer's VGA output port. This adapter is included with the PowerBook G4 (12-inch) computer.


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PowerBook G4 (12-inch), (12-inch DVI): Adapters and Resolutions

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