Currently Being ModeratedOct 17, 2011 2:45 PM (in response to Fexxel)
Double click your home button
Swipe from left to right
Click the airplay button and choose your apple tv
Now when you see the play button in keynote you should notice it has a box around it. Remote keynote baby
Currently Being ModeratedOct 17, 2011 3:05 PM (in response to Guybrush-Threepwood)
Thanks for your reply.
As I said I do NOT want to use an iPad2. I know that I can enable AirPlayMirroring in the Taskbar, and then start a keynote presenation afterwards.
My question was how to do this on the iPad1. It doesn't support AirPlay-Mirroring, so it doesn't show me the Airplay button at all at any time, although Keynote is started and running. Since Apple did't say, it this feature will only be for those with AirPlayMirroring capabilties (iPad2 or iPhone4s and above), there needs to be a way how to start an AirPlayKeynotePresentation without the Airplaybutton in the Multitaskingbar.