How to convert your MKV/MP4/AVI/WMV/FLV/MOV videos to play perfectly on iPhone, iPad and Apple TV using iFun Video Converter?
Largely due to the Retina Display screen, Apple devices such as iPhone and iPad can deliver you
better visual enjoyment. That’s also the main reason why Apple device becomes a popular option
to play your favorite videos. However, videos come with different formats, and Apple just supports
a very few of them.By taking advantage of video converter tools, you can convert videos to
Apple-supported format and play them on Apple devices smoothly. In the following, we are going
to discuss how to convert your MKV/MP4/AVI/WMV/FLV/MOV videos to play perfectly on iPhone,
iPad and Apple TV using iFun Video Converter.
Convert MKV to iPhone or iPad
Apple does not support MKV format. So, if you want to play MKV videos on iPhone or iPad, you
need to convert the video file to MP4 format fully supported by Apple devices. Fortunately, iFun
Video Converter provides ready-made profiles for different iPhone and iPad models, including
iPhne 6/6s, iPhone 5/5c/5s, iPhone 4/4s, iPhone 3GS, iPhone 6 Plus, iPad 1/2, iPad 3/4,
iPad Air 1/2, iPad Pro, iPad mini and iPad 2-4.To convert MKV to iPhone or iPad, you can add
MKV video file to iFun Video Converter, open the drop-down menu on the right side, go to
device > Apple, choose the iPhone or iPad model that you are using, and convert. iFun Video
Converter will convert MKV video to MP4 format that can play perfectly on iPhone and iPad.
Convert MP4 to iPhone or iPad
Apple devices offer full support to MP4 format, so why we convert MP4 to iPhone or iPad?
Convert MP4 to iPhone or iPad via iFun Video Converter, you are allowed to customize the
settings of video codec, audio codec, sharpness and etc. Based on your own iPhone/iPad
device and specific needs, you can convert MP4 to iPhone/iPad and get better quality.
Convert AVI to iPhone or iPad
AVI video usually comes with high image quality as well as large file size, and also it cannot
be played on iPhone/iPad directly. To play AVI videos on your iPhone or iPad, you can
convert them to MP4 format first. iFun Video Converter will convert AVI to iPhone/iPad without
quality loss. Just follow these steps: add AVI files, choose your iPhone/iPad model type, and
convert. You will get video files to play perfectly on your iPhone/iPad, and they have much
smaller file size.
Convert WMV to iPhone or iPad
WMV is a video format of Microsoft. Is there a way for you to play WMV video files on iPhone
or iPad? Yes, you can convert WMV files to Apple device compatible format via iFun Video
Converter. How to convert WMV to iPhone or iPad?
Convert FLV to iPhone or iPad
Nowadays, there are many people available to use iPhone or iPad as their primary media
player. However, Flash Video files (FLV) cannot play on iPhone/iPad properly. To deal with
this issue, you can make use of iFun Video Converter and convert FLV to the format fully
supported by iPhone or iPad. iFun Video Convert supports almost all iPhone and iPad
models, so you just need to choose your iPhone/iPad model in the output format menu.
Convert MOV to iPhone or iPad
iFun Video Converter ensures you a simple way to convert MOV files to iPhone and iPad.
In addition to fast and safe conversion progress, you are able to configure the parameters
of video codec, audio codec, bit rate, and choose between SD and HD, and other options.
Convert via iFun Video Converter, now you can play MOV videos on any iPhone and
Convert MKV/MP4/AVI/WMV/FLV/MOV Videos to Apple TV
iFun Video Converter also can help you perfectly convert MKV/AVI/WMV/FLV and other formats
video files to MP4 for Apple TV. Here, we take AVI video as an example, and we’ll show you how
to convert video files for Apple TV.Add AVI video into iFun Video Converter, open Custom menu,
change the format to MP4 under Video tab, you can also select encoder, resolution, frame rate
and bit rate. Save your changes and start converting. Once the conversion progress finishes, you
can add the output MP4 video to iTunes Library, and stream it to your Apple TV.