LG adds Apple TV, Apple Music and other Apple features to webOS TVs

Related posts

LG has added a number of Apple apps and features to TVs from other brands running its webOS hub in more than 100 countries and regions around the world, the company said.

On compatible smart TVs based on the webOS Hub ecosystem, users will be able to access the Apple TV and Apple Music app, as well as connect to AirPlay and HomeKit devices, without having to connect an ‌Apple TV‌ set-top box or any other hardware.

From LG’s press release announcing the update:

With the Apple TV app, Apple Music, AirPlay and HomeKit all coming to the webOS Hub ecosystem, LG is constantly refining and expanding its webOS smart TV platform while improving its accessibility so that more consumers can enjoy the experience. most convenient user experience.

By offering a greater range of customization options to smart TV manufacturers and providing more convenience and content choices to customers, 10 times more brands are now available on webOS Hub than at the start of 2021.

The deployment is available for more than 200 TV brands worldwide running webOS, such as Seiki, Eko, Stream System, Konka, Aiwa, and Hyundai. LG doesn’t offer a detailed list of eligible TVs but does say that only 4K UHD and OLED models running webOS Hub 2.0 will receive ‌AirPlay‌ and ‌HomeKit‌ compatibility.

popular stories

iOS 16.3 is now available for your iPhone with these 4 new features

Apple released iOS 16.3 in late January after nearly six weeks of beta testing. The software update is available for iPhone 8 and newer, and although it’s a relatively minor update, it still includes a handful of new features, changes, and bug fixes. Below, we’ve rounded up the new features in iOS 16.3, including support for physical security keys as a two-factor authentication option for…

Deals: M1 iPad Air hits record prices at TigerDirect, starting at $313.99 (48% off)

Online retailer TigerDirect has slashed prices for the iPad Air M1 in multiple colors, offering the base 64GB configuration for just $313.99 in purple and pink. Note: MacRumors is an affiliate partner of TigerDirect. When you click on a link and make a purchase, we may receive a small payment, which helps us operate the site. That’s a 48% savings over Apple’s normal $599.00…

The next Big Apple Silicon device might not be a Mac or an iPad

According to recent reports, Apple’s next device with an Apple silicon chip may not be a Mac or an iPad, but rather an advanced external display. The display, which is expected to arrive this year, should fall somewhere between the $1,599 Studio Display and the $4,999 Pro Display XDR – but more specific information on the device’s positioning and price is yet to come. unknown. While …

Gurman: Apple is considering a new high-end iPhone alongside Pro and Pro Max

Apple has discussed selling a new high-end iPhone alongside the Pro and Pro Max models in 2024 at the earliest, according to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman. Based on this period, the device would be part of the iPhone 16 or later lineup. In a September 2022 edition of his weekly “Power On” newsletter, Gurman said there was “potential” for an iPhone 15 Ultra to replace the iPhone 15 Pro…

Apple explains why HomePod was re-released, Wi-Fi 4 throttling, and more

Apple vice president of hardware engineering Matthew Costello and product marketing employee Alice Chan recently spoke with Men’s Journal and TechCrunch about the new second-generation HomePod in wide-ranging interviews on the top smart speaker. Apple discontinued the original full-size HomePod in March 2021 after multiple reports indicated lackluster sales of the speaker, but Chan told Men’s…

Google is working on a browser for iOS that would violate Apple’s App Store rules

Google’s Chromium developers are working on an experimental web browser for iOS that would break Apple’s browser engine restrictions, reports The Register. The experimental browser, which is actively pursued by developers, uses Google’s Blink engine. Still, if Google tried to release it on the App Store, it wouldn’t pass Apple’s app review process. Apple’s App Store rules dictate…

Apple prepares iOS 16.3.1 update for iPhone while waiting for iOS 16.4 beta

Apple appears to be preparing an iOS 16.3.1 update for the iPhone, based on evidence of the software in our website’s scan logs this week. It’s unclear when the update will be released, but it will likely be available sometime in February. The same logs accurately foreshadowed the release of several previous updates, including iOS 16.0.3 and more recently iOS 16.1.1, so they…

Hands-on with Apple’s second-generation HomePod

Today is the official launch day for the second-generation HomePod that was introduced in January, and we’ve picked one to compare it to the original HomePod that Apple discontinued in 2021. Subscribe to the MacRumors YouTube channel for more videos. Design-wise, the second-gen HomePod looks a lot like the first-gen model, with the same rounded design and acoustic mesh…

Related Posts

Next Post