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  1. Thanks @td47, you are correct. I can tell you that some folks at LG do view these forums on occasion. It would be nice if they jumped in on occasion as well.
  2. Save $50-$500 On Select LG OLED And NanoCell TVs. Some examples:
  3. The issue is the hardware. I would hope LG could do something to support at least a 1 past year model tv, but at the rate processors and hardware gets updated, it's just not possible to update older tvs all the time, that can't handle the acceleration and would become too slow. Happens with all hardware, GPU acceleration allows for increased features, speed, etc. This question always comes up with new versions, so we'll see if LG releases any news around this.
  4. Not sure, we'll have to wait and see what LG states on this. It really depends on if the UI changes are dependent on new hardware and specs (I would assume).
  5. It is independently operated as a webos user to user support forum, no affiliation with LG.
  6. LG's webOS 6.0 Smart TV Platform Designed For How Viewers Consume Content Today ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS, N.J., Jan. 7, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- LG Electronics (LG) today announces the introduction of webOS 6.0 for its 2021 OLED, QNED Mini LED, NanoCell and UHD smart TVs. Paired with the new Magic Remote, the latest version of the company's acclaimed TV platform offers viewers a more enjoyable and intuitive content discovery experience. The upgraded LG ThinQ AI in webOS 6.0 supports new voice commands for both Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa, making TV management and searching across streamin
  7. LG's webOS 6.0 smart TVs have a new UI, NFC-equipped remote The new smart TV software from LG also has more voice commands for use with Alexa or Google Assistant Seven years after introducing webOS as the platform for its Smart TV lineup, LG is introducing version 6.0 with a new look and feel for its 2021 4K and 8K TVs. The old blade lineup of apps is gone, with a more modern tile-based layout. LG Home Entertainment president Park Hyoung-sei calls this “the most significant update since we first introduced webOS in 2014.” An upgraded version of its ThinQ AI has more
  8. @lecouvie DAZN app should be supported in lg webos tv models 2015-19 according to DAZN: https://www.dazn.com/en-US/help/articles/how-to-watch-dazn-on-lg-smart-tv#supported_models
  9. If you look at the logo of this site, it’s pretty clear. Now, if discussing LG webos products with others who have LG webos products is a waste of time for you, well that’s for you to decide. As far as LG themselves having an official presence here, the answer is no. With that being said, I do know that some LG support teams read these forums.
  10. This forum is NOT owned or operated by LG. It’s a user to user support forum. Sorry, wish I could help you solve your issues, but I don’t work for LG.
  11. @PhylipR please keep it civil on these forums. The comments below are unnecessary.
  12. There is no app available.
  13. HBO Max came out recently and unfortunately they haven't built an app for lg webOS TVs yet. The following devices are supported by HBO Max. If a device is supported, you'll find the HBO Max app in the app store. Android phones and tablets (with Android OS 5+) Android TV (OS 5+) Apple TV (4th gen and later) Chromebooks Chromecast iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch (with iOS 12.2+) PC and Mac computers PlayStation 4 Samsung TV (2016+) Xbox One So if you have any of these devices hooked up to your LG webOS TV your solution is to
  14. Here is another topic/request for unifi play tv:


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