AirPlay is a wireless network just for sharing different types of media. By using AirPlay you can wirelessly listen to your iTunes songs with compatible AirPlay devices (like speakers), stream videos on the large screen (via Apple TV), and much more. AirPlay is originally called AirTunes, this particular option will give you the freedom to stream the contents of your iPhone around your home. To enable AirPlay on iPhone, follow the instructions below.
Steps to Enable AirPlay on iPhone
To use AirPlay on your iPhone, you may also require a home wireless network and also speaker or receiver that’s AirPlay compatible. To setup the iPhone to use AirPlay:
- Turn on the actual AirPlay speakers or receiver thus a connection in your wireless network is made.
- To get into the Control Center on the iPhone, swipe up from the bottom of the home screen.
- Touch the AirPlay button (found under the volume slider). A number of available AirPlay devices must now be shown on display.
- You’ll see that for Airplay audio devices there’ll be a speaker symbol next to them. To select your own speakers Or receiver, tap on it’s icon then tap Done.
Now play your songs as usual using the Music application or perhaps Safari browser. You should now listen to the actual sound from the AirPlay speakers.
Apple sums up the technology like this on its regularly updated “Using AirPlay” page, which has some troubleshooting tips.
With AirPlay, you can wirelessly stream videos, music, and photos from your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch to Apple TV (2nd generation) and stream music to AirPlay speakers or receivers, including AirPort Express. You can also wirelessly stream videos and music from your computer to Apple TV (2nd generation) and stream music to AirPlay speakers or receivers, including AirPort Express.