AirPlay Icons

Use an AirPlay icon in setup or instructional communications related to AirPlay technology.

A black outlined AirPlay icon over a light background.

A black outlined video AirPlay icon over a light background.

Use only Apple-provided AirPlay icons. Don't create your own AirPlay icon design or attempt to mimic the Apple-provided designs. Download AirPlay icons in Resources.

Styles

You have several options for displaying the AirPlay icon.

Black AirPlay Icon

Use the AirPlay icon on white or light backgrounds when other technology icons appear in black.

Three black icons on a white background in a horizontal row, including the AirPlay icon, a generic icon of three quadrangles stacked at an angle, and a generic icon of a solid square inside the outline of a square.

White AirPlay Icon

Use the AirPlay icon on black or dark backgrounds when other technology icons appear in white.

Three white icons on a gray background in a horizontal row, including the AirPlay icon, a generic icon of three quadrangles stacked at an angle, and a generic icon of a solid square inside the outline of a square.

Custom Color AirPlay Icon

Use a custom color when other technology icons appear in the same color.

Three slate blue icons on a white background in a horizontal row, including the AirPlay icon, a generic icon of three quadrangles stacked at an angle, and a generic icon of a solid square inside the outline of a square.

Icon Usage

Position the AirPlay icon consistently with other technology icons. When other technology icons are contained within shapes, the AirPlay icon can be treated in the same manner.

Screenshot of three app icons listed in a vertical row on a black and gray Settings screen, including the AirPlay icon at the top, a generic icon of a solid square inside the outline of a square, and a generic icon of three quadrangles stacked at an angle. On the Settings screen, each icon is accompanied by the name of the app and two light gray lines to represent descriptive text.

Use the AirPlay icon noninteractively. The icon and the name AirPlay shouldn't be used in custom interactive elements or buttons.

The AirPlay icon in a gray circle, positioned over a green button with the word 'AirPlay.' The image is in a red circle with a diagonal red line to indicate using the icon with the button is incorrect.

Don't use the AirPlay icon within text or as a replacement for the word AirPlay. See Editorial Guidelines to learn how to properly reference AirPlay in text.

The first in a series of images showing examples of the AirPlay icon when used in text. In this example, the icon appears first, and then the text 'Started from AirPlay.' This example is accompanied by a green checkmark in a circle to indicate that it is correct usage.

Green check in a circle to indicate correct usage.

The second in a series of images showing examples of the AirPlay icon when used in text. This example depicts the icon after the word 'from' in the text 'Started from AirPlay.' This example is accompanied by a red X to indicate it is incorrect.

Red X in a circle to indicate incorrect usage.

The third in a series of images showing examples of the AirPlay icon when used in text. This example depicts the icon at the end of the line of text that reads 'Started from', with the icon used in place of the word 'AirPlay.' This example is accompanied by a red X to indicate it is incorrect.

Red X in a circle to indicate incorrect usage.

Pair the icon with the name AirPlay correctly. You can show the name below or beside the icon if other technologies are referenced in this way. Use the same font that's used on the rest of your layout. For related guidance, see Editorial Guidelines.

Mockup of three app icons listed in a vertical row on a green Instructions screen, including the AirPlay icon at the top, a generic icon of three quadrangles stacked at an angle, and a generic icon of a solid square inside the outline of a square. On the Instructions screen, each icon is accompanied by the name of the app next to the icon, and two dark gray lines to represent descriptive text.

Mockup of four white app icons in a square on a black Network screen, including the AirPlay icon and a generic icon of three quadrangles stacked at an angle on the top row, and a generic icon of a solid square inside the outline of a square and a generic icon of a diamond shape enclosed by two triangular outlines on the bottom row. The names of the apps appear below the icons.