Hey, Natalie. I had a 30 pin to VGA connector handy, so I figured I'd test to see if I could get an iPhone 4's image to appear on a monitor by connecting them. Alas, that didn't work -- when I checked the specs of the connector, it said you only get mirroring with the iPhone 4S and higher. So if you have an iPhone 4 or earlier, that won't help. But if you have a 4s or above, this might be what you need: http://store.apple.com/us/product/MC552Z...
Then I stumbled across a website reviewing software called iTools that's touted for enabling you to display the contents of your iPhone screen on your Mac or PC: http://learninginhand.com/blog/2013/3/13...
Please note that I haven't tried this software and can't vouch for it in any way. But if it works, it sounds like it might fit your needs. The review says it works with models as early as the iPhone 3 and that you don't need to install software on your phone, just on the computer.
Hope that helps!
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