I recently bought a Raspberry Pi 3 B+ but don't have a monitor to go with it. I know i can use my iPhone as a monitor with VNC Viewer but i don't really want to use that. Is it possible to use an iPhone as a monitor for a RPi via USB (USB-A to Lightning) ? Thank you.


Congratulations on the Pi - they’re lots of fun.

iPhone hardware doesn’t have a video in through the lightning connector, so you’d need a different option even if the Pi had drivers to send data out over USB.

You’ll want a driver board and touch or no-touch display like these for the most economical solution if you don’t use HDMI or more traditional video out.

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