Apple recently introduced AirPlay Mirroring on their iPhone 4S and iPad 2 with a firmware update for the Apple TV box. Evidence has emerged that Apple is also planning to introduce AirPlay Mirroring in Mac OS X Lion for iMacs and Macbooks, making them able to wirelessly show movies and pictures on your HDTV.
AirPlay was introduced last year and Apple recently introduced the more promising AirPlay Mirroring alteration.
AirPlay from an iPad to a flat panel TV via Apple TV
With AirPlay Mirroing users of the latest iOS devices can push their video, music, pictures and even games onto their HDTV via the Apple TV box, making iOS devices serve as media centers and even gaming consoles.
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It has now been revealed that Apple is also planning to introduce AirPlay Mirroring in their OS X Lion, according to 9to5Mac’s sources. This could transform a Mac Mini or another Mac into a wireless media center for your HDTV.
- “AirPlay Mirroring for the Mac will allow a user to wirelessly mirror exactly what is shown on their Mac’s display to an Apple TV connected to a projector, television, or external monitor. AirPlay video streaming is also being integrated into QuickTime X.”