HTC and Apple have had their tangents every once in a while — well, mainly in design. Just in design. Really. But now, as Apple apps make the pilgrimage to Android, it seems that HTC will put out an olive branch to Apple’s AirPlay standard with its new HTC 10.

The Taiwanese OEM is an official licensee of Apple’s proprietary AirPlay wireless media streaming protocol which means that an HTC 10 can blast audio content from or to Apple TVs, iPads and iPhones all the same — it can’t do video content, though we’re already a step ahead of every other phone that needs root access to hack AirPlay compliance on. The device is the first Android phone to have native AirPlay compliance.

Here’s an HTC-Apple parallel that we’re glad exists: the (non-)existence of the 3.5mm headphone jack and options for multi-pin connector headphones.

Via: BGR

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