Making use of AirPlay 2 on Samsung TVs is an ideal task for any iOS user who owns a Samsung screen. Sometimes when you watch content on the small screen of your iPhone, you may not be able to enjoy to the fullest. But now, you will find it easier to cast TV shows, films, music or even your photos directly with the adoption of Apple Air Play 2.
Thanks to AirPlay, you will be able to cast video and audio from your Apple devices to your Samsung smart TV with the Wi-Fi network. Samsung released support for both AirPlay 2 and the Apple TV app back in the previous year, making it the first third-party company to roll out such Apple features.
AirPlay 2 does not only provide you with the choice to stream your audio to one room. You are also able to install it to share to different rooms so everyone can enjoy the rhythms.
What is more, Apple AirPlay enables you to share your media such as videos, photos or music. No matter what you are using, your iPhone, iPad or Mac, you will be capable of working with AirPlay just by a simple tap. You will also find the controls placed on the application you are using on iOS, in the control center of your device or on the lock screen by which you can play, pause or do anything on your television.
The difference between AirPlay an AirPlay 2 is that AirPlay was first released in 2004 like Air Tunes, and was designed to enable people to deliver audio and video signals from one device to another one.
Nevertheless, Apple AirPlay 2 is a changer. Most of users have different smart speakers and devices in their houses, and with AirPlay 2, they will be able to create a multi-room streaming service. AirPlay 2 is compatible with more devices such as smart televisions from Samsung, LG or Sony along with other smart speakers like Google Nest Hub Max and Amazon Echo. If you are utilizing a device that can work with AirPlay 2, it will show up in your AirPlay control panel.