Google is finally getting air conditioning out of its iPhone 6s and 6s Plus, as it is now able to use AirPlay to stream audio from Apple TV to a home theater system.
This is the first time Apple is making this possible.
Apple has long been known for offering a premium streaming solution to consumers, and the latest AirPlay technology will allow for the seamless pairing of multiple devices.
Apple TV users will now be able to stream their favorite movies and TV shows from their Apple TV, as well as the most recent shows from Netflix.
Apple Air Play will also let you stream podcasts from iHeartRadio and Spotify as well.
Apple is also getting rid of the need to purchase a separate set-top box.
This was one of the main complaints from many of us when the AirPlay feature was first announced, and it is no surprise that Apple is finally making this feature available.
Apple also announced that users will be able “simply use your Apple TV remote control to connect your Apple Watch to your home theater, AirPlay system, or AirPlay-enabled Apple TV.”
As you might expect, Apple has removed some of the most annoying features of its previous AirPlay devices.
For example, Airplay is now fully supported by the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, and now requires only a simple Bluetooth connection to the TV.
Apple also made some other changes, including adding support for third-party remotes that are already on the market.
The iPhone 6 Plus will now have its own remote that can be used to control Siri, while the iPhone SE will be getting an upgraded Siri Remote.
Finally, Apple is also making it easier for iPhone users to access apps from the Apple Store.
Previously, users had to download an app from Apple’s app store and install it from their phone before they could access their favorite apps from their iPhone.
This has been removed for the iPhone 5s, which is now completely compatible with the iOS 8 app store.