BBC fans with iOS devices and Apple TVs rejoice. The British broadcaster has just rolled out a significant update for its iPlayer app for iOS devices. The updated iPlayer app now introduces AirPlay support so you can stream content from your iOS device to your HDTV via Apple TV. Since not everybody around the world gets BBC content delivered to their home TVs, AirPlay support will allow more people to enjoy BBC shows on their big screen TVs: the way video content ought to be enjoyed.
The app is free, and some content is also available for free, but most of it will require a monthly subscription of $7.99 to be enjoyed. Grab the latest version of BBC iPlayer from the Apple App Store now (iOS 5 and Apple TV required for AirPlay support).
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