Both for work and for leisure. The guys at Insanely Great , taking advantage of the fact that they already have the new iPad 2, have tested this new feature and published a video, which accompanies this post, where we see how the video mirror works using the new adapter.
As Miguel Michán said, the new adapter works on the iPad 2 as well as on the iPhone 4, iPod Touch 4 and the iPad. The problem is that, as we see in the video, the new function is only operational on the iPad 2 . And that’s a little disappointing for me.
On the one hand I understand that the new A5 processor offers more power (up to nine times more graphics power) for that feature but I don’t think that iPhone 4 is not equally capable. Therefore, I hope that there is some “method” as it happened with the iMovie support in the previous version of the iPad that allows us to make use of the video mirror in our, at least, iPhone 4 and iPod Touch 4 even though it is not 100% compatible with all games that do require more power.