With friends and family, Apple users may now access thousands of movies and TV shows from Disney Plus.
With iOS 15.1, Apple began distributing the eagerly awaited SharePlay feature to iPhone owners (and on macOS with the latest Monterey update). Apple customers can utilize SharePlay to synchronize their playback for supported streaming in FaceTime services so they can view movies and TV shows together or listen to music in real time.
Disney already has a GroupWatch function, but SharePlay lets people FaceTime while using other Apple devices and watching videos on their screen. The video you’re watching will show up as a tile with a picture-in-picture effect on your iPad. You navigate through different apps on your cell phone at the same time.
Today, Disney declared that all of its titles, including upcoming ones like The Book of Boba Fett and Encanto, support the function. The Verge provides a step-by-step tutorial on utilizing SharePlay.
Like GroupWatch, SharePlay will not be supported on Disney Plus kid accounts. You must have iOS 15.1, tvOS 15.1, or iPad 15.1 or later on your Apple devices to watch Disney Plus content via SharePlay on Apple’s platform. It would be best if you had a current Disney Plus subscription to use SharePlay because there isn’t a way to get around the restrictions on free streaming.
Disney+ is the latest streaming app to add support for Apple’s SharePlay. Furthermore, the iOS 15 feature offers a co-viewing experience over FaceTime video calls on iPhone, iPad, Mac, or Apple TV devices. First announced during Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in June, SharePlay rolled out with the iOS 15.1 update. Thus, offering co-viewing experiences across a variety of apps, including NBA, TikTok, Twitch, Paramount+, and Showtime, as well as Apple’s apps like Apple TV+, Apple Music, and Apple Fitness, among others.
Disney+, however, has been a long-awaited addition to this lineup, as Apple had announced during WWDC that the streaming service would be among those supporting the new feature.
Once updated, users can host and attend SharePlay sessions that allow up to 32 people to co-watch Disney+. This could make for an easy way for a family who can’t be together for the holidays to have a Disney movie night. Additionally, it is a way to entertain the kids by having them stream Disney+ with friends back home while out of town for a holiday trip, among other things.
Disney notes that each participant can select the audio and subtitles in the language of their choice when streaming on their device. The feature also offers multiple viewing options, allowing people to watch the streaming content on their Apple TV while FaceTiming with friends and family on their iPhones.
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