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Streaming videos and audios wirelessly using AirPlay is one of my favorite indulgences. After all, mirroring the display from iPhone to Apple TV is really cool.

With AirPlay, you can stream audio as well to Apple TV or other compatible speakers. If your iPhone and other devices are on the same Wi-Fi network, it will connect automatically and start streaming the content. If the devices are not on the same network, AirPlay uses point-to-point Wi-Fi to stream. Want to give it a shot on your iPhone running iOS 10? Give it a go!

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How to AirPlay Video and Audio in iOS 10 from iPhone or iPad

How to AirPlay Video/Audio from your iPhone or iPad in iOS 10

How to AirPlay Video from iPhone and iPad

With the introduction of iOS 10, streaming AirPlay video from iPhone has got pretty straightforward. You don't have to turn on AirPlay and then decide if you want to mirror the video or not. It mirrors the media automatically and starts streaming the video as soon as it detects.

Step #1. Just swipe up from the bottom bezel of the screen on your iPhone to bring up Control Center.

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Step #2. Tap on the AirPlay button at the middle left.

Step #3. Top the AirPlay.

If your iOS device and Apple TV are at different Wi-Fi network, the Apple TV will display a code that you have to enter on your device.

How to Stop AirPlay video on your iPhone and iPad

No longer wish to AirPlay video? You can quickly stop it.

Step #1. First up, bring up the Control Center then tap on the AirPlay button at the middle, left.

Step #2. Now, you need to tap on Turn Off AirPlay Mirroring.

How to AirPlay Audio from your iPhone or iPad

Step #1. Bring up Control Center then swipe from right to left to access to the Now Playing card.

Step #2. Now tap on the Audio Destination button from the bottom.

Step #3. Choose the device name you want to AirPlay audio to.

How to stop AirPlay audio from your iPhone or iPad

Step #1. First up, bring up the Control Center on your device. Then, swipe from right to left to access the Now Playing card.

Step #2. Tap on the Audio Destination button from the bottom.

Step #3. Choose your iPhone to stop AirPlay audio from your smartphone.

That's it!

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