How to use Sonos for iPhone and iPad: The ultimate guide
Sonos is a wireless smart speaker system that lets you connect up to 32 components so that you can fill your home with music. Once you're set up, you can control every speaker from every part of your home, using the handy Sonos Controller app for iPhone or iPad.
With it, you can add and remove components at any time, play from your favorite music streaming services, control volume, pause and change music, even run as a full-on home theater system complete with night mode and dialog boost.
It's every technologists dream speaker set up, and it all works right from the app on your iPhone or iPad. Here's how! Check out our round up of the best Sonos deals now!
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Can the volume control work from Apple TV 4 remote?
Yes, the remote still has the ability to produce an IR signal that the sonos will recognize. Although the signal will require line of site unlike the Bluetooth signal to the Apple TV 4. Sent from the iMore App