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AirPlay 2 FAQ: What it is, how it works, and which devices support it

[2018-08-10 16:52:00]

Updated 08/10/18: Denon and Marantz are rolling out firmware updates to a few of their A/V receivers, adding AirPlay 2 support.AirPlay has been with us for a long time. It’s an evolution of the old AirTunes protocol, which was meant only for music. In 2010, AirTunes got a host of new capabilities (music, photos, video) and a new name. A year later, it gained the ability to mirror your iOS or Mac screen to a compatible AirPlay receiver. With an Apple TV, you could put your Mac desktop on your PC in the blink of an eye! IDG The AirPlay symbol you’ve seen for years.To read this article in full, please click here

AirPlay 2 FAQ: What it is, how it works, and which devices support it


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