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29 Jun, 2024
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Samsung has announced the rollout of AirPlay support for its hotel room TVs, enabling iPhone and iPad users to wirelessly stream videos, music, photos, and more directly to the TV in their room.

Guests can scan a QR code on the hotel TV to establish an AirPlay connection, which also connects their device to the hotel's Wi-Fi network. The feature requires iOS 17.3 or iPadOS 17.3 or later and supports apps like Apple Music, Apple TV+, Apple Arcade, and Apple Fitness+.

Samsung assures that no personal information is stored and the paired device is automatically removed upon checkout. While Samsung did not specify which hotel chains will offer these TVs, the feature follows a similar service launched by LG at select IHG Hotels & Resorts earlier this year. Google's Chromecast has provided a comparable service for iPhone and Android users in many hotels.