Tuesday, November 30, 2010

AirPlay in Safari and other apps Coming Next Year?

AirPlay can stream audio and video content and photos wirelessly from an IOS device to the new Apple TV 2G. At the launch of IOS 4.2 showed that the functionality is still more limited than many had hoped. There is no support for third-party apps and it is only possible to stream videos from a limited number of standard applications such as YouTube and the video app.

Using the app AirVideoEnabler Although it is possible for the jail breakers to evade them, but there is an official solution yet. At least, not currently. If we Apple CEO Steve Jobs may believe (and if the email is authentic) come because next year.

In one of his infamous short e-mail responses he responded to the question from a reader of Mac Rumors, wondering what the future of AirPlay look like and whether he ever even AirPlay video for videos in Safari and other apps would get. Jobs responded this added functionality that Apple hopes to add next year. An exact date he has not called, but may bring the expected 4.3-IOS update - which early next year would be postponed - although improved support for AirPlay.
Daring Fireball's John Gruber also found that it is currently not possible for a video you created with the iPhone 4 through AirPlay streaming. It would be logical to be able to do just that, so your home videos directly with friends and family can share.

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