Users can stream audio and video from the company’s subscription-based fitness app to AirPlay 2-enabled sets. That’s a nice addition for those without an Apple TV, and users looking to bring the service on the road with them via compatible hotel TVs (when people start staying in hotels again).
Once difference is that metrics won't be display on the screen when casting. That means that you won't see your rings, calories burned, etc; however, you can still see those on your Apple Watch, iPhone, or iPad.
Other improvements in iOS 14.5 include support for Face ID with face masks when wearing an Apple Watch, 5G global dual-SIM, and more.
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