The AirPlay 2 system, which lets you control your TV from your Apple devices, is now supported on LG and Vizio TVs. If you have a TV that supports AirPlay 2, you won’t have to wait any longer to use the new broadcast system. Apple’s broadcasting system announced at CES in January, is being supported on LG and Vizio’s compatible televisions.
Previously only available with Apple TV, the system allows iOS and Mac users to directly stream content from their devices to a compatible TV. Televisions also work with HomeKit. This allows users to control their TV from their Mac, iPhone or iPad.
Launching the distribution of new software last week, LG will update its latest 2019 OLED TV, NanoCell TVs (except the SM8100 series) and the company’s UHD TVs with ThinQ AI. The first TVs to receive the new software will be OLED and NanoCell TVs. Other 4K UHD TVs will receive the new software later in 2019.
On the one hand, Vizio is not only the latest 2019 SmartCast TVs; SmartCast TVs will be updated in 2016. Distribution of the new software called “SmartCast 3.0 dağıtım will begin today and will continue in the coming months.
AirPlay 2 is also available on LG and Vizio along with some new Samsung and Sony smartphones. Samsung will also distribute updates to 2018 televisions to support the new feature.