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X-Mirage is compatible with iOS devices running iOS7.1
Apple has released the iOS 7.1 update for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch with interface refinements, bug fixes, improvements, new features and the new iOS 7.1 is reportedly one of the quickest downloaded updates ever. Though it is blamed for lost battery power and other glitches, for AirPlay users, the good news is that AirPlay on iOS 7.1 is more stable than on iOS 7 and the major mirroring data interruption after iOS devices auto-locks bug is fixed.
More and more people are getting familiar with AirPlay Mirroring and use AirPlay receivers to display their iPhone, iPad or iPod touch screen on an HDTV through Apple TV or on a Mac installed X-Mirage. But people who have used both iOS 6 and iOS 7 may find that AirPlay on iOS 6 is more stable than on iOS 7. A significant issue is the mirroring session drops one minute after the iOS devices auto-locks. After this happens, users only get a black screen on the Mac or HDTV and the only way to fix it is to restart the iPad, causing teachers connect and disconnect multiple times during a class period.
Now with the new release iOS 7.1, users can find the bug has beed fixed and AirPlay is more stable than before. Same to access AirPlay icon on iOS 7, swipe up from the bottom edge of the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch screen to tap the AirPlay icon and connect to the Mac with X-Mirage installed. Don’t get surprised by the two available airplay receiver options, since the latest version of X-Mirage has added a lossless quality audio-only airplay receiver, which is useful when you just want to stream audio without video.
People can now update to iOS 7.1 and download X-Mirage here: http://dl.x-
X-Mirage Inc. is dedicated to provide better experience between Mac and iOS devices. X-Mirage has a professional development team and extensive iOS development experience. The AirPlay Mirroring and recording software X-mirage intends to bring users unprecedented experience - that is, enjoy the enlarged iOS devices screen on Mac.