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You can use QuickTime on a Mac to mirror a connected iPhone's display. Or is that not what you meant for demonstration purposes?
Edit: Wait you mean being able to interact as well as view? The closest thing I can think of is using AirParrot to mirror the iPhone to another device. Although even then, you might as well do the QuickTime route and interact with the phone physically.
@scytheri0n well, yeah, I thought of that workaround, but I liked it more having the device connected in the backarea, where most companies have a dedicated usb area and then just control it from the front facing laptop, just feels better when presenting it, because you wouldnt fiddle on a phone