What you need to know
- LG is releasing a 4K projector that supports AirPlay 2.
- It will be available worldwide on January 18.
The projector will support a picture size as big as 300 inches, support both the HDR10 and HLG HDR standards, and dynamically adjust its brightness to your lighting situation.
Since WebOS is included, consumers will be able to access content from popular streaming platforms built right into the projector. It will also support AirPlay 2 to stream content from iOS devices.
AirPlay 2 support has rolled out to more televisions as of late, but it is exciting to see that the technology is also making its way to projectors.
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