In 2019 we started with the news that the manufacturers of Smart TVs Samsung, LG, Sony and Vizio would add AirPlay support on models they were planning to introduce last year. Other manufacturers, such as Samsung, are adding to support the generation of models introduced in 2018 and Vizio until 2017.
However, LG in the organization that caught the attention, said it had no plans use AirPlay 2 support for models I released in 2018, a move now suggesting that it was a trading strategy that left him worse off.
And I say it left her worse, because when she made the announcement, don't point out why the 2018 models won't review to add this functionality, like Samsung will. LG has just announced that they will support AirPlay 2 and HomeKit on some models that have launched in 2018, especially on LCD SK and UK models as well as OLED B8 and Z8.
AirPlay 2 technology allows users to send videos, music, podcasts and more to send content directly from iPhone, iPad or Mac to compatible television unless you have an Apple TV.
Apparently, the Korean company is considered to reconsider the decision not to include models introduced in 2018, after having 20,000 requests (via Change.org) by users affected by this commercial decision. . Software updates for models will be compatible with AirPlay 2 and HomeKit will arrive later this year.