Imagine watching your Apple TV+ shows on an 88-inch 8K OLED smart TV that is just a penny shy of $30,000.
LG wants a set in as many homes as possible so it launched a lineup with a range of price points, from a few hundred dollars to a few thousand.
LG’s new app could also attract new customers as Apple ramps up its new streaming service. The new LG app will feature support for Apple TV+, a library of Apple TV channels as well as access to thousands of films and TV shows in a user’s iTunes video library.
The app also will work with AirPlay2 and HomeKit and on LG models that go back to 2018.
The 2020 LG sets include three art-inspired OLED GX Gallery models, in 88-, 77- and 48-inch sizes. LG also showed off NanoCell LCD TVs in 4K and 8K models. All models have a new processor and artificial intelligence-enabled features to intensify movies, sports and video games.
For specs on the new TV’s visit the LG website.