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How to AirPlay from iPhone 12 to Mac?

Written by Kaylee Wood | Last update: October 14, 2020 | 3 Min Read

In addition to the powerful iSight on iPhone 5/5s, new features like the option to capture 1080p HD at 60 fps, 240-fps slo-mo, and time-lapse video are added for iPhone6/6s iSight, which empowers you to shoot HD videos and then share you stunning results with friends on a bigger screen. Yet, not knowing how to share your videos with lossless image quality is probably gonna sound really lame. Apart from using iTunes on Mac as a common AirPlay receiver, here in this article, we will introduce you the powerful 5KPlayer to let you AirPlay on iPhone videos to Mac with the best visual experience.

How to AirPlay Videos on iPhone (12)?

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With the release of iOS 9, it seems that we've got basically two ways to AirPlay videos from iPhone to Mac: AirPlay with iTunes (very common) and peer-to-peer AirPlay. To wirelessly AirPlay iPhone (12), 5KPlayer is the key.

Step 3: Play the video you want to stream from iPhone to Mac. 5KPlayer grants you the best visual and audio experience with 100% quality reserved. And in the mean time you are free to go online shopping and do otsher things on your Mac.

Note: Make sure that the videos you want to stream from iPhone5/iPhone6/iPhone6s to Mac are supported by AirPlay -Videos in MP4, M4V, MOV; Music in Mp3, M4a, and ACC. If not, you may need to convert your files first.

Note: This free AirPlay player also enables you to stream movies and music from Mac to Apple-TV just as detailed above. And as a free video music player and online video downloader, 5KPlayer also surprises you with its extraordinary ability in playing MKV/AVI/MP4 files on Mac, playing radios, as well as downloading videos and music from over 300 websites.

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