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Most Macbooks come with AirPlay already installed. This makes it easily accessible, no hardware or software required, and a common streaming/mirroring option for Mac users. Connect your machine to your AirPlay 2-enabled TV and stream with just a tap. You can view photos, videos, movies, presentations, and more.
Please note, however, that compatibility is still important here. In order to successfully use AirPlay, you need to ensure that all your devices support it.
Take a look at the list below to check if your devices (both your Apple TV and your Mac) are AirPlay-compatible:
If you don’t have an Apple TV, you can use a Smart TV with integrated AirPlay. A number of manufacturers now offer AirPlay 2-enabled smart TV’s in their product range. The top brands include LG, Roku, Samsung, Sony, and Vizio.
If you’re having trouble with AirPlay, e.g. AirPlay not connecting to Apple TV or AirPlay on Mac not working altogether, use the advice below to identify and fix the problem.
Follow these steps to troubleshoot and resolve issues involving AirPlay not working on Mac or other Apple devices:
For some Mac users, it may be necessary to perform these additional steps as well:
1. Make sure your Firewall isn’t blocking AirPlay:
2. Turn off your Mac by holding the power button.
3. When you turn it back on, immediately hold the following keys to reset your NVRAM and PRAM:
Continue to hold these keys for 20 seconds or until you hear a startup chime.
Doing this will reset temporary settings such as your startup disk, speaker volume, and display resolution.