LG TV owners can access the Apple TV app from the LG Home app Launcher, and along with Apple TV+, LG users can also subscribe to Apple channels and access their iTunes libraries to rent, purchase, and watch TV shows and movies.
LG's WebOS-powered TVs can now be used to enjoy Apple TV+ originals like The Morning Show, Dickinson and more.
LG's TVs offer users a cinematic experience with the best picture and sound on the market to match the constantly growing number of programs from top global content providers. Many are now in 4K with Dolby Vision HDR support too, as is compatible with the majority of new LG TVs.
The compatible TVs are: 2019 OLED TVs, NanoCell TVs (series SM9X and SM8X) selected Ultra HD TVs (series UM7X and UM6X). While we learned that the 2020 models would include Apple's TV app when it launched, LG did not provide a date on which the 2018 and 2019 models will be supported except for "this year". According to Apple's website, other TV manufacturers including Sony and VIZIO, only offer AirPlay 2 support for now.
2019 LG TVs will now have Apple TV+. As for LG's 2018 TVs, the company doesn't release any specific information, just that the Apple TV app will be available "later this year" for these models.