Let me start by saying I'm an Apple fan, through and through. I have several Sonos speakers (TV bar, subwoofer, 1, 3, etc) throughout my home. I love them and they work flawlessly (with the exception updates - more on that later). I will leave Sonos because I cannot play music from my Apple desktop computer (iTunes) through the Sonos speakers. For example, if I'm working on my computer and want to play music, no problem via iTunes. However, I cannot share/play that music on the Sonos speakers throughout the house. I have to use my iPhone. In addition, any songs I "like" get saved within Sonos, not iTunes. Thankfully Apple has come out with the HomePod and as time passes, I will slowly migrate to the Apple system. Having said this, if someone knows of a way to play music on the Sonos via iTunes (without the Sonos App), please provide instructions. Updates: I receive Sonos software update messages approximately 3-4 times per year. Each time I update Sonos, it crashes and I go through a cycle of restart, reset, unplug (multiple times). This also involves having to connect an ethernet cable and even after the speaker starts to work properly, the moment I disconnect it from the ethernet cable, the problem returns. I've found that it can take up to 3 days (post update) for the App and system to properly work. In the 5-6 times I've updated Sonos, it only worked once where I did not have to eventually plug the speaker into an ethernet cable. As usual, I look forward to Apple improving another product.