As announced in September, LG at last made the Apple TV application accessible for its 2018 OLED Smart TVs as the application was already just accessible for the 2019 and 2020 LG OLED TV models. In any case, features like AirPlay 2 and HomeKit stayed inaccessible as the organization guaranteed the official release for the near future — which is currently at long last occurring.
As indicated by MacRumors, different readers effectively empowered both AirPlay 2 and HomeKit on their LG 2018 TVs this Monday. These features are being turned out in a phased process, so it doesn’t appear to have an approach to compel the update other than trusting that the new options will appear on TV.
With AirPlay 2, clients can stream songs, videos, and more from an iPhone, iPad, or other Apple gadget directly to a LG TV without an Apple TV. Concerning HomeKit, it permits clients to control the TV through the Home application or Siri — with alternatives for turning the TV on or potentially changing its volume.
The organization at first vowed to offer AirPlay 2 and HomeKit for its 2019 and more up to date TVs because of performance concerns, yet the organization changed its perspective and decided to launch a software update with Apple’s features for 2018 models also. Different organizations like Samsung, Vizio, and Sony additionally offer Apple TV, AirPlay 2, and HomeKit on their Smart TVs.
On the off chance that people have a TV that isn’t officially supported by Apple, they can likewise attempt Roku or Fire TV gadgets to get the Apple TV application — in spite of the fact that these gadgets don’t have AirPlay.
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