Vizio is the newest TV manufacturer to roll out support for Apple’s AirPlay 2, which makes it simple to access content from a Mac or iOS hardware on the bigger screen, and HomeKit. The integration of HomeKit lets people to manage the TV with Siri voice commands or with the help of Apple’s Home app. Vizio has began launching out an upgrade to its SmartCast 3.0 software that comprises support for both, but it claims that it is a procedure that will carry on via “the months to come” before all well-matched devices are upgraded.
Speaking of which, Vizio is far surpassing other TV makers in terms of how many present and past models are entitled for HomeKit and AirPlay 2. SmartCast TVs from 2016 will too get the two functionalities. In the meantime, other firms are restricting the expedient add-ons to latest sets or, in some instances, their devices from 2018.
LG also lately launched out HomeKit and AirPlay 2 to its newest models. Samsung spearheaded the pack with AirPlay 2, but it selected not to add HomeKit. Rather, it was the first TV manufacturer to receive the Apple TV application, which offers access to movie purchases or rentals as well as subscription TV channels by Apple, comprising HBO.
On a related note, you do not have to question when LG will launch out HomeKit and AirPlay 2 to its TVs in the US. The support for Apple ecosystem is now accessible to higher-end this year’s LG TVs in the nation via a firmware upgrade. The functionalities are presently all set for NanoCell and OLED 4K LCD TVs with ThinQ abilities, exclusive of the SM8100 series. Other 4K TVs will get their upgrades later this year. AirPlay 2 streaming is claimed to be comparatively commonplace amongst 2019 sets.
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