LG has begun turning out AirPlay 2 and HomeKit support for its 2018 OLED Smart TVs. The turn out comes after the Apple TV application was made accessible on the 2018 models. The application was so far accessible on 2019 and 2020 models of the OLED Smart TVs.
As indicated by MacRumors, numerous clients have affirmed getting and activating AirPlay 2 and HomeKit on their TVs. The report says that the features are being turned out in a phased manner, so a few clients may need to sit tight somewhat more for these two features.
As individuals definitely know, the AirPlay 2 support carries the ability to stream content, for example, music and videos from an iPhone or iPad to the LG TV, without the requirement for an Apple TV. The HomeKit support carries the ability to control the TV using Apple’s Home application or Siri voice assistant. The controls likewise incorporate features, for example, adjusting the volume or turning on or off the smart TV.
As indicated by 9to5Mac, LG had at first affirmed the accessibility of AirPlay 2 and HomeKit in 2019 and above smart TVs. The roadmap didn’t make reference to 2018 models. Clearly, LG has figured out how to add new features through a software update. AirPlay 2 and HomeKit are additionally accessible on other third-party TVs from brands, for example, Sony, Vizio and Samsung.
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