Apple has frequently, and often unjustly, denied users of older iterations of devices certain new features when the software updates come around. Although the reason is always cited to be hardware frailties unable to cope with the new software, it's often just a mean ploy to get consumers paying for the latest model.
While the iPad 2 comes with out-of-the-box support for video mirroring over HDMI or VGA, the iPhone 4 and iPod touch 4G don’t. The interesting thing is that it has been proven that video mirroring works with the latter devices; maybe not as well as the iPad 2 but the fact is, they work and Apple purposefully has left out this functionality. We’re going to get that functionality back on the iPhone 4 and iPod touch 4G today; follow our guide after the break!