Sony has made available its array of TVs that it announced at CES this year. The peculiarity of this assortment of new Sony TVs is that they support AirPlay 2 and HomeKit integration.
Sony has a wonderful track record of swaying consumers with industry-grade television sets. Its TVs usually offer crisp displays with advanced color technologies and adopt smart systems to make the viewing experience all the more blissful.
Sony’s new range of LED and OLED TVs boast complex tech that enhances picture quality. You can take the gist from Sony’s explanation of its A8H BRAVIA OLED 4K HDR TVs:
“Experience an ultra-realistic image with the power of OLED technology. The powerful Picture Processor X1™ Ultimate utilizes more than 8 million individual pixels to create an image with exquisite contrast and vibrant color. Pixel Contrast Booster supercharges each pixel to deliver incredible picture quality. With pictures created by millions of individually controlled pixels, everything is sharp and clear on OLED. With Sony’s X-Motion Clarity™ technology, even fast-action stays smooth and clear.”
What makes this range of TVs by Sony more interesting is the ability to connect iPhones and iPads to it using AirPlay 2– which add support for connecting and streaming to multiple devices. So, in practice, if you have multiple TVs with AirPlay 2 support set up in different rooms, they will now be able to stream data from a single Apple device which also supports AirPlay 2.
Note that only iPhones, iPads, and iPods on firmware 11.4 and above have AirPlay 2 support.