There must be thousands of people in the same situation as me, so I find it hard to believe there isn't a solution. But I've looked all over and have come up dry.
My elderly Dad got an iPad and is having trouble with it. He's no dummy, but iOS is new to him and he's not good at describing his problem and what he's seeing to me, 1100 miles away. I'm sure I could help him if I could just see what he sees.
I had installed LogMeIn on his laptop, and could remotely control and view his screen when he had problems. I know iOS is different and has different levels of sandboxing and other protection from Windows.
But is there any way to remotely view a WiFi-connected iPad, without jailbreaking? If not, this seems like a great opportunity for an app developer, or maybe Apple if things are too locked down for a 3rd party app.