CES, one of the world's largest technology fairs, is in a series of announcements by technology giants. If we look at the statements made so far, the winner of CES 2019 was Apple, who was disappointed with sales of the iPhone. They said they would add AirPlay 2 and HomeKit. These developments have led Apple to win a critical victory against Netflix.
Samsung was the first to say that it will add AirPlay 2 and iTunes Movies to its TV this year. A few hours later, several companies in CES 2019 made similar announcements for their televisions. With TV manufacturers shaking hands with Apple, the company has added another service that can increase revenue items after falling iPhone sales. So, to access Apple's content in iTunes, you don't need to have an Apple TV, and you can access these content directly by connecting to iPhones
. TVs can be controlled from Siri with support of HomeKit
Vizio has announced that SmartCast 3.0 platforms will support AirPlay 2 and HomeKit. In the first quarter of 2019, people in Canada and the United States will have access to these features. With the free software update that will come in the second quarter of 2019, all SmartCast users will have access to these features.
Apple Officially Launches iTunes Support for Samsung Televisions
South Korean giant company LG also announced that AirPlay 2 and HomeKit will take part in the 2018 AI TVs. As far as this statement is made, old-fashioned TVs will not receive these features with a software update. Some Samsung TVs released in 2018 will be able to get these features with the update.