The news that nobody expected is finally taking shape: after the official announcement in January, the Smart TVs most recent Samsung are today starting to receive transmission protocol support AirPlay 2 and iTunes Store by Apple TV app marking the first time the app comes out of Ma's own device.
With the news, owners of Samsung's newest Smart TVs will no longer need an Apple TV to access the iTunes Store content or to cast the screen of their Macs, iPhones and iPads. The Apple TV app and AirPlay 2 support will be automatically applied to televisions with a firmware update.
Basically speaking, all Samsung 2019 Smart TVs will get the news as well as some 2018 models. Below you can see the full list of TVs compatible with the Apple TV app and AirPlay 2:
- Samsung FHD / HD Sries 4 and 5 (2018)
- Samsung QLED 4K Series Q6, Q7, Q8 and Q9 (2018 and 2019)
- Samsung QLED 8K Series Q9 (2019)
- Samsung Srie The Frame (2018 and 2019)
- Samsung Srie The Serif (2019)
- Samsung UHD Sries 6, 7, and 8 (2018 and 2019)
According to South Korea, Apple's features will seamlessly integrate with the native services of its Smart TVs, such as Universal Guide and Bixby (where these features are available, of course). Remember, too, that the Apple TV app can be used to access the Apple TV + service when it launches in our spring.
About the arrival of AirPlay 2 to other smart TV manufacturers as is well known, Samsung has achieved exclusivity for the Apple TV application, but the protocol will be included in LG, Sony and Vizio TVs as well. say that everything happens later this year.