The previous year, Sonos has declared its plans which are to add support for AirPlay 2 of Apple to its speakers. AirPlay 2 is a noteworthy feature in that it is going to enable the iPhone and iPad users to send audio from mostly any app to the great-sounding speakers by Sonos. Plus you are going to be capable of telling Siri to play tracks originally from Apple Music on Sonos systems; at the present moment, the Sonos One smart speaker does not enable you to launch music from Apple’s service by using voice commands, but AirPlay 2 is approximately a way of presenting that convenience for the users. The main difference is that are going to be doing the talking to your phone rather than the Sonos.
Sonos hasn’t stated the exact time when AirPlay 2 integration is going to be prepared for release. Yet Apple itself has to officially release AirPlay 2 for iOS yet; still it is in beta testing. So that part clearly requires happening initially. Enough progress has been made by Sonos to have finalized a record of which of speakers is to get it. The Sonos One, second-gen Play: 5, and Playbase is going to be updated having AirPlay 2 support. The earlier Sonos products — the Play:1, Play:3, and Playbar — are not going to be. In order to help relieve the pain and annoyance of that cutoff, Sonos has stated that so long as you possess one speaker that can be doing AirPlay 2 in your Sonos setup, you can collect it with the earlier models so as to make that audio play at all places.
Sonos has also made one further very big promise the previous October: Google Assistant. The company has placed the Sonos One as a smart speaker that is going to be assistant-agnostic and is to support multiple consumer favorites. It has got transported having Alexa, AirPlay 2 is to cover Siri (even though from your iOS device and not the speaker itself), but much status update hasn’t been provided by Sonos about where the Google project is.
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