The Raspberry Pi can be connected to an iPad to use it as an external monitor.
A wireless solution is to use an app like VNC to remotely control the Pi.
But in this video, I’ll show you a better way.
No computer is required, everything can be set up from the iPad.
Check the link below for more details
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Learn more by reading this post:
🖥️ Related post: https://raspberrytips.com/ipad-as-raspberry-pi-monitor/
Master your Raspberry Pi in 30 days (e-book)
Raspberry Pi Bootcamp (course)
Configure your Raspberry Pi (SSH and Wi-Fi) if you don’t have a monitor: https://raspberrytips.com/pi-zero-setup-without-keyboard/
sudo dpkg -i nomachine_7.0.211_1_armhf.deb
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———- Timestamps ———-
0:41 OS installation
1:38 Find the IP Address
2:44 SSH Client
4:13 Remote access
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