Type following into Terminal (might need to install some Xcode assets, but OS X will assist with that). Samsung displays show "LSNxxxx" model numbers, LG uses "LGxxxx" scheme.ioreg -lw0 | grep "EDID" | sed "/[^
Patent mentions iPhone by name and includes illustrations of iPhone/iPod devices. Filing is from 2008, so iWatch may have been only a blip on the radar at that point, but -- as with all patents -- Apple hedges its bets and notes the tech can be applied to other devices.
Added a sentence to clarify.
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I'd put AirPlay somewhere between Bluetooth and a hardwired connection, so the delay should be imperceptible to most. If you use a third-party app to stream audio through all AirPlay-connected speakers and your iMac (e.g. Porthole), sound may be slightly out of sync depending on the software and media player.
First off, this isn't a review. Secondly, nowhere in the article does it say the controller is a failure. It is a so-so product compared to console counterparts and detracts from the gaming experience, but it works. You may not be in the market, but those who are may care about setup and design.
I think you're reading into this too literally. The licensing comes with the territory, resulting in an all-or-nothing approach that is arguably more restrictive to OEMs than what Google has portrayed publicly.