How To Cast an iPad Tablet Screen to a Hisense Smart TV Display

Casting or mirroring your iPad to a Hisense Smart TV is easy with the right apps and setup. As an experienced tech writer, I’ll walk you through the step-by-step process to get your iPad content up on the big screen.

Why Cast Your iPad to Your Hisense TV?

Here are some of the main benefits of casting your iPad to your Hisense TV:

  • View content on a bigger screen – Get more immersive viewing of videos, photos, presentations, and more by seeing them on your Hisense TV’s large display.
  • Share content with others – Easily share things from your iPad with family and friends gathered around the TV.
  • Use iPad apps on TV – Access your favorite iPad apps and games on the TV thanks to casting.
  • Use iPad as a remote – Control the TV playback right from your iPad.

What You’ll Need

To cast your iPad to your Hisense TV, you’ll need:

  • Hisense Smart TV (2014 or newer models)
  • iPad tablet (iOS 12 or later)
  • WiFi network connection
  • Appropriate casting app or accessory

Newer Hisense TVs have built-in casting capabilities. For older models, you may need to use a third-party app or wireless streaming device.

Method 1: Using AirPlay

AirPlay is an Apple proprietary protocol that allows wireless streaming between Apple devices.

Here is how to use AirPlay to cast your iPad to your Hisense TV:

  1. Connect both devices to the same WiFi network.
  2. On your iPad, open Control Center and tap Screen Mirroring.
  3. Select your Hisense TV from the list.
  4. Allow the connection on your TV when prompted.

Your iPad screen will now be mirrored to the Hisense TV. AirPlay also supports streaming just video or audio.

Pro Tip: If your Hisense TV is older, check for an AirPlay app such as Anyview Cast. Install it and follow the same steps.

Method 2: Casting with a Third-Party App

If your TV doesn’t support AirPlay, don’t worry. Third-party casting apps offer similar functionality.

Here are some top options:

  • MirrorMeister – Simple app to cast from iPad to Smart TVs.
  • Anyview Cast – Cast videos, photos, music and more to TV.
  • Apowersoft Screen Mirror – Latency-free casting solution.

The setup process is quite similar for most casting apps:

  1. Install the app on your iPad.
  2. Connect your iPad and Hisense TV to the same WiFi.
  3. Launch the app and select your TV from the list.
  4. Allow the connection on your TV and start casting!

Pro Tip: Always check the app’s compatibility info to ensure it works with Hisense TVs.

Method 3: Using a Streaming Device

You can also use streaming devices like Roku or Apple TV to broadcast content from your iPad to your Hisense TV.

Here’s how to use a Roku:

  1. Connect Roku and your TV via HDMI cable.
  2. On your iPad, add the Roku app.
  3. Ensure Roku and your iPad are on the same network.
  4. Open photos/videos on your iPad and tap the Cast icon.
  5. Select your Roku device and start streaming!

Most streaming devices work similarly. Pair them with your TV, connect them to WiFi, then cast to them from your iPad.

Quick Casting Tips

  • When casting videos and movies, always close other apps on your iPad to prevent lag.
  • If you want sound from your iPad’s media to play on your TV speakers, enable Mirror Device Audio in casting settings.
  • For the best experience, position your iPad and Hisense TV in close proximity with minimum obstacles in between.


Whether you want to steam a movie on a larger screen or view photos from your latest vacation, casting your iPad to a Hisense TV is simple. With built-in protocols like AirPlay or third-party apps, you can sit back and enjoy personal media on the big screen in just a few taps.

I hope this comprehensive guide gives you a clear overview of the different methods available and how to use them to cast your iPad to a Hisense TV. Let me know if you have any other questions!