According to reports in September, LG will finally use the Apple TV app for its 2018 OLED smart TVs because the app was previously only available for 2019 and 2020 LG OLED TV models. However, features such as AirPlay 2 and HomeKit are still unavailable because the company promised to officially release the version later this year-and now it is finally implemented.
according to Mcrums, This Monday multiple readers successfully enabled AirPlay 2 and HomeKit on their LG 2018 TVs. These features are being rolled out in phases, so there seems to be no other way to force an update other than waiting for new options to appear on the TV.
With AirPlay 2, users can directly stream songs, videos, etc. on iPhone, iPad or other Apple devices to LG TV without Apple TV. As for HomeKit, it allows users to control the TV through the Home app or Siri-with options to turn the TV on and off or change its volume.
For performance considerations, the company initially promised to provide AirPlay 2 and HomeKit for its 201
If you have a TV that Apple does not officially support, you can also try to use a Roku or Fire TV device to get the Apple TV app-although these devices do not have AirPlay.
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