AirPlay is a super cool way to allow you to wirelessly send audio from your iOS device to another AirPlay-capable device such as HomePod, Apple TV, or a speaker connected via the line-out port on an AirPort Express.
However, with the introduction AirPlay 2, you’re now able to connect to multiple AirPlay-capable devices.
Follow along to learn how….
iPhone & iPad: How to AirPlay to multiple devices
- Invoke Control Center when audio is currently playing.
- Long press or 3D Touch the music block.
- Tap the wireless audio icon.
- If your device is AirPlay 2-capable, you’ll see a circle next to it. Tap on it, followed by any other AirPlay 2-capable devices you’d like to play audio through
- Give it a few seconds to connect to all devices.
That’s all there is to it! You can now AirPlay to multiple devices, including HomePod and Apple TV. Apple recently updated its discontinued AirPort Express’ firmware, which will now let you use it as part of an AirPlay 2 group.
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