For Bravia TVs
If your TV is a Google TV™ or an Android TV™ that supports Apple AirPlay 2, display the screen of an Apple device on your TV using Control Center.
- To find out which Android TV support AirPlay 2 and HomeKit, refer to the Does my TV support Apple AirPlay 2 and HomeKit? article.
- For how to use Apple AirPlay, refer to the Apple AirPlay: Displaying content from Apple devices on Google TV or Android TV article.
Note: To check the type of your TV, refer to the How to check if your BRAVIA TV is a Google TV, Android TV, or other TV article.
For other TVs, use the following features as an alternative method to display the screen of an Apple device on the TV.
If you use a Google TV or Android TV, you can display the screen of the Chromecast built-in applications.
For details, refer to the How to use Chromecast built-in (Google Cast) on Sony's Google TV or Android TV article.
- Wi-Fi Direct:
You can make a direct wireless connection between the TV and mobile device and send photos and videos to the TV.
For details, refer to the How to use the Wi-Fi Direct feature on a BRAVIA TV article.
For more information on how to display the screen of the device to the TV wirelessly, refer to the following articles:
- For mobile devices: Mirror, cast, or display the content or screen of a mobile device on the TV screen
- For computers: How to wirelessly display computer content on the Bravia TV screen
Note: Apple iPad and Apple iPhone mobile digital devices, Apple iPod portable players, and MacBook do not support the Screen mirroring feature that uses Miracast technology without a wireless router.
For other audio devices
Apple iPad and Apple iPhone mobile digital devices, Apple iPod portable players, and MacBook do not support the Screen mirroring feature that uses Miracast technology without a wireless router.
*Apple, iPhone, iPad, iPod, Mac, AirPlay, and HomeKit are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries and regions.