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Clicking on the 'supported devices" link gives this.iPadiPad (iOS v5.1.1 or higher)iPad 2 (iOS v6.1.3 or higher)iPad 2 3G (iOS v6.1.3 or higher)iPad 3 (iOS v6.1.3 or higher)iPad 3 3G (iOS v6.1.3 or higher)iPad 4 (iOS v7 or higher)iPad Mini (iOS v6.1.3 or higher)iPhone iPhone 3GS (iOS v5 and above)iPhone 4 (iOS v5.1and above)iPhone 4S (iOS v6.1.3 and above)iPhone 5 (iOS v6.0.2 and above)iPod (iOS v5.0.1 and above)KindleKindle Fire HD 7", 8.9" and 10"Kindle Fire HDXMicrosoft...
The articles author was unsure on that point."There is no word yet on whether subscribers will be able to use Apple's AirPlay technology to stream games on their television from an iOS device. Current versions of the Sunday Ticket app are not AirPlay-enabled, but it is possible that the new subscription packages will change that."
Do you get bonus points for every insult you deliver? If so you're making a killing. If you had bothered to read my post at all before spouting off you would have seen these as the first 5 words:"If it's not Airplay compatible".You get your dander up much too easily.
Then you obviously won't need to use a Chromecast. Unlike you the article's author was not sure if it will be compatible with iOS and Airplay or not, thus the OP's question. Fortunately we have you to clear it all up.
Under requirements: "Download and install FlashPlayer10"
http://www.authorsguild.org/e-books/publishers-own-analysis-shows-ebook-royalties-unfair-to-authors/http://www.salon.com/2014/03/27/you_cant_buy_that_the_great_e_book_royalty_war/The picture of the poor aggrieved publisher is not as black and white as some posters here apparently think.
If it's not Airplay compatible you might still be able to do so via a cheap Chromecast. I found a few threads that indicate it can work, even streaming from a Mac.
Do you think the authors make more on books sold thru Apple than Amazon? I don't know. I do know I don't hear much about fair play for the authors. It's nearly always the "poor publishers".Edit: Here's a report on author earnings I just stumbled on. In a quick read it would appear authors are better off NOT dealing with the Big 5 publishers if they have an option.http://authorearnings.com/the-report/
IMHO they may pull a Nokia using IP aggressively in an effort to slow the decline of their market position. Not that it worked very well for Nokia of course. The early signs are already obvious. Rather than use innovation and creativity to answer Google's advances MS turned to threats, intimidation and half-truth ad campaigns. Pushed hard enough they could become less friendly to Apple at some point too. I doubt all their licensing agreements with Apple are perpetual.
Something to keep in mind: A weakened Microsoft might become a dangerous and desperate Microsoft. They can cause a lot of harm to other techs while on the way down.
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