As long as Apple's plans aren't completely derailed, we will more than likely see the company launch a new lineup of iPhones, and if the rumors are true all of the new models will boast OLED displays.
Early last year, Apple announced that TV manufacturers would be able to include AirPlay 2 and HomeKit support with their sets, including LG, Samsung, and Vizio. And now LG's newest models are rolling out.
Korean consumer electronics maker LG confirmed today that it will be rolling out AirPlay 2 and HomeKit compatibility to some of its models manufactured in 2018 via a software update that should release by October of this year, keeping true to its earlier promise.
LG Innotek's manufacturing plant in Gumi, South Korea that supplies iPhone camera modules has been temporarily shuttered over the global coronavirus outbreak.
Earlier this week, LG started rolling out the Apple TV app to compatible 2019 smart TV models.
At CES 2020, LG said its 2018 and newer TVs would soon get the Apple TV app. Tuesday, the Korean electronics maker announced that Apple's software started to roll out to select 2019 TVs, with older models manufactured in 2018 getting the app "later this year".
Back in October of last year, LG officially announced it was getting in on the truly wireless headphone game with the TONE Free earbuds, which launched in South Korea at the same time.
LG is sticking around in the Apple news cycle a bit longer, as the company has just announced that it's bringing the Apple TV app to more smart TVs.
This is not the first time that it's been rumored Apple could adopt thinner displays for future iPhones, so add this to the growing pile.
LG's lineup for this year includes TV sets with up to 8K resolution and support for Apple's AirPlay 2 media streaming protocol and the HomeKit software for the connected home.
We have known since the beginning of this year that several TV manufacturers were planning to update their smart television sets to support Apple's AirPlay 2 and, in some cases, HomeKit.
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