iOS 6 beta 3 of Apple TV adds the ability to streaming audio through the headphones AirPlay.
Apple has released iOS 6 Beta 3 to developers a few days ago, we mentioned to you many of the features that came to your iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch in this demo version, and now it's time to talk a little bit about one of the new features that came for the Apple TV.
Running the latest software, the Apple TV will detect any AirPlay-enabled speakers on a user's home network, and they will be available to select for sound output. The new feature is said to be fully operational in the latest pre-release build of iOS 6, allowing users to send audio from any content, including video, to wireless AirPlay-capable speakers.
Currently, an Apple TV running the latest publicly released version of iOS only has the ability to receive AirPlay content. The existing AirPlay settings on the Apple TV simply to turn the feature on or off, and set a password.
Apple's interest in the Apple TV interface since the reform began, and feature the ability to reorder the applications available, and now adds support for streaming audio through the AirPlay.