The implication seems to be that LG is limiting webOS to smart TVs moving forward, something that fans of the old versions of webOS might find disappointing, if not heartbreaking. LG wishes to
launch a Smart TV line, which according to the latter will feature the new webOS 3.0 platform. The software isn't as much of a massive visual overhaul as past webOS refreshes. The company released
webOS as open source in the hopes companies like LG would adopt it for commercial products. Magic Zoom is intriguing as LG claims TV owners can magnify objects and text without degrading picture
quality. The second feature, Magic Mobile Connection permits users to connect with their phones to the TV and the rest of the apps displayed on the screen. A new proprietary IoTV app was also added to
the LG smart TV.
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