Apple AirPlay Explained [Video]

Monday, November 22, 2010
By OP Editor

What’s AirPlay, introduced today with iOS 4.2 firmware for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad? Video explains.

Apple AirPlay

Video: What is Apple AirPlay?

AirPlay is Apple’s easy to use feature to stream your music and movies wirelessly to AppleTV, AirPort Express, and compatible third party accessories. To Stream movies you currently need a 2010 AppleTV and a modern HDTV with HDMI inputs. You can still surf the web and check your email while you are streaming content (music and movies) with AirPlay:

iPad multitask, AirPlay video streaming, check email

Works with YouTube, Vimeo, Vevo, and any video that plays through iOS’s native video player. Good stuff. AirPlay is part of Apple’s 4.2 firmware update for iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch, released today for modern iOS devices.


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2 Responses to “Apple AirPlay Explained [Video]”

  1. Don

    This is something that some people, myself included, believe will become a killer feature and one that will help advance Apple TV big time. At least I hope so?

    • Apple TV only has HDMI or optical audio out. If it has RCA I would have bought one already.

      Planning on using AirPlay with airport express for audio though.


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