While LG has been equipping its own TVs with HomeKit, AirPlay, Apple TV and Apple Music app for quite some time, third-party TVs with the webOS Hub software have been exempt until now. However, LG now wants to change that.

According to LG, there are around 200 other manufacturers of TVs that rely on LG’s webOS Hub software. Most manufacturers, including Seiki, Eko, Stream System, Konka, Aiwa, and Hyundai, may not be familiar to most.

The features LG now wants to release to other manufacturers include:

  • The Apple TV+ app with support for TV+ content, movies, and TV shows from iTunes and Apple TV Channels for third-party streaming services.
  • Apple Music with Apple Music Radio, Live Lyrics, full library access and more.
  • AirPlay to stream movies, music, games, and photos to your Smart TV directly from your iPhone, iPad, or Mac.
  • HomeKit support for controlling your TV via the Apple Home app and with Siri

HomeKit and AirPlay are only available on TVs with webOS Hub 2.0. Currently, these are exclusively OLED and UHD TVs. The Apple TV and Apple Music app, on the other hand, will also be available on TVs with older versions.