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LG TVs - Which LG TVs Support AirPlay 2?

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LG TVs - Which LG TVs Support AirPlay 2?

At a glance

LG TVs are equipped with features that make it easy to share the screen between your PC, tablet and smartphone and your TV. There are multiple ways to connect and they all depend on your network connectivity and the type of device you wish to share.

AirPlay only supports sharing from one Mac device to another Mac device. LG, however, supports AirPlay 2 on the models below.
AirPlay 2 Supported Models
Model Year AirPlay 2 Supported Model Series
(webOS 22)
OLED: All OLED Models
QNED: All QNED Models
UHD: UQ Series, NANO Series
(webOS 6.0)
OLED: All OLED Models
QNED: All QNED Models
UHD: UP Series, NANO Series
(webOS 5.0)
UHD: UN Series, NANO Series
(webOS 4.5)
OLED: B9/C9/E9/W9/Z9
UHD: UM Series, SM Series
(webOS 4.0)
OLED: B8/C8/E8/W8/Z8
UHD: UK Series, SK Series

Try this

To screen share from your Apple device to an LG TV that supports AirPlay 2, follow these steps:

1 Press the HOME button on your LG remote and select AirPlay from the LG Menu.
Make sure your TV and mobile device are connected to the same Wi-Fi Network. Airplay must be setup and turned on in order to complete screen share. If you need to setup Airplay, click here.
iOS screen share
2 On your iPhone, swipe down to access the Control Center.
iOS screen share
3 Select “Screen Mirroring” and select your LG TV from the dropdown list. The setting to generate the Airplay code is available in Airplay settings on your iOS device and may be turned off or enabled on a per-use bases.
iOS screen share
4 Enter the code that appears on the TV screen. You’re all set!
iOS screen share
Wi-Fi speed and distance between the TV and mobile device can affect picture quality.
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