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This article was published on June 11, 2012

Apple introduces AirPlay for the Mac, streams 1080p to your Apple TV

Apple introduces AirPlay for the Mac, streams 1080p to your Apple TV
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Apple has announced a new feature called “AirPlay Mirroring”, which allows you to stream 1080P to your Apple TV or projector.

You will also be able to send audio to AirPlay recievers.

This is a pretty awesome update, as we’ve enjoyed being able to leverage AirPlay to send video from our iPhone to Apple TV quite seamlessly. The addition of AirPlay for Mac at 1080P makes me want to run and set it up right this instant.

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