Spent a couple of hours researching what really *should* be a simple task - screen sharing the iPhone screen remotely to a desktop Mac or PC. All I want to do is display what I'm doing on my phone for everyone to see in a presentation, but strangely there is no solution outside of jail-breaking the phone and using some third party apps (Veency, Cydia, Screensplitr, DemoGod). Very annoying! Can't even use the iPhone simulator app as part of the developer SDK because you need the code for the app, not the compiled version.
If anyone comes across a method of screen sharing the iPhone without jail-breaking, let me know of your awesomeoness
Doesn't exist. There are some tricks you can pull if you are the developer of the app: basically you add code which makes an external display (attached by, what else, an expensive Apple Dongle that only fits one device) mirror the device display.
On the otherhand jailbreaking is actually reletively painless and risk free (as opposed to "unlocking" which isn't).
After much searching I came to the same sad conclusion. There are apps where you can do a live-feed of what you're drawing/writing in the app on your computer which is kinda neat, but once you exit the app the functionality is gone