AirPlay has quickly gained popularity among Apple device users, allowing them to enjoy seamless streaming between their Apple devices and other compatible devices. In our new blog, we will explore what AirPlay is, how it works, its compatibility with devices, and how to use it.
What Is AirPlay?
AirPlay was introduced by Apple in 2010. It is a proprietary wireless technology developed by Apple that enables audio and video streaming between Apple devices such as iPhones, iPads, iPods, and Apple TVs.
AirPlay uses Wi-Fi to stream multimedia content between devices, allowing users to easily share their favorite music, movies, and photos from their Apple device to other AirPlay-enabled devices.
How Does AirPlay Work?
AirPlay works by establishing a direct connection between two or more compatible devices using Wi-Fi. The devices communicate with each other to ensure that the multimedia content is played smoothly and without any lag.
The streaming process is done using a set of protocols that are designed to ensure that the quality of the audio or video is not affected during the transfer process.
Please check out the blog to learn more: AirPlay: 6 Facts to Know before Using on iPhone & Mac.