Airplay is a technology that has been touted as the next big thing for quite a while. It’s obvious that with the current wave of enthusiasm about it, there seems to be substance in the myth. To clear out any confusions regarding the software, this article will take a look at several aspects of Airplay including what it actually is, while also giving you tips on how to use this technology on your older Mac.
AirPlay is one of the protocols of iOS that allows you to stream videos, music, images and photos in wireless mode from iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch, and is so appreciated for all apple’s users. So for this reason you have in your hands the complete guide of how to use and conﬁgure AirPlay.
One of the most notorious characteristics of Apple, is the ease with you can set up all the applications and devices. And, when it comes Apple TV and AirPlay is the same thing. Set up AirPlay on your Apple TV is really easy, but always is good to have a step-by-step guide so don’t make any mistake.
The function Airplay is one of those wonders that contribute so much value to iOS. Although at ﬁrst glance it don’t see very useful, when you start to use it you can be amazed with the variety of things that you can do, so I structured a list with ﬁve of the coolest things that AirPlay allows you to do.
A few yeas ago, it was normal to have a showy audio system with many difﬁcult connections and tedious conﬁguration; however, nowadays technology is sufﬁciently advanced to allow you to have a completely wireless audio system in your home, but also have it conﬁgured in a couple of minutes.