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Below are all the results for "Apple TV"
Date: 25th April 2017
Show ref: SCOM0624
A quick update on some of the new features in WatchOS 3.2 including the new "Theatre Mode", a new lock sound when unlocking your Mac and a peek at some new scrolling capabilities using the touchpad on the Apple TV remote.
Date: 4th April 2017
Show ref: SCOM0618
This mini compendium of Apple TV tips includes...
Renaming your Apple TV
An easy way to change case using the on-screen keyboard
Putting your Apple TV to sleep with a single key press
How to review all the Apple TV Arial screen savers on your your Mac or iPad
Date: 17th January 2017
Show ref: SCOM0596
Following on from last week's full AirPod episode - SCOM0595 - in this short tip video I demonstrate how to pair and use your Apple AirPods with the 4th generation Apple TV.
Date: 1st April 2016
Show ref: SCOM0551
With the Apple ecosystem being tightly integrated across all platforms, one update has an impact on all the others. Last month Apple released updates to OS X, iOS, watchOS and tvOS.
In this episode, I take a look at most of the major changes and enhancements across the board.
Date: 4th December 2015
Show ref: SCOM0533
Following on from the previous Plex episode [SCOM0531] I take a look at the Photos and Music Libraries in the free versions of Plex.
Whilst Plex is more commonly known for allowing you to manage and view Movies and TV Shows, it's also very capable of managing Photo collections and Music libraries.
I also take a look at some of the benefits of a full Plex Pass subscription.
Date: 20th November 2015
Show ref: SCOM0531
With the advent of the Plex Apple TV app, Plex has suddenly become hugely popular with the Mac community.
Use Plex to organise, play and share your local media library.
Date: 6th November 2015
Show ref: SCOM0528
Apple’s hobby finally makes the mainstream with the launch of the new Apple TV. In this episode, I take you through the setup and explore some of the basic features of the new device.
Date: 31st August 2013
Show ref: SCOI0126
Plex is a complete solution for local and online media.
If you take the plunge and go down the PlexConnect route, this show demonstrates what you might see on your Apple TV.
In addition, although not based on iOS, I give you a quick demo of what Plex looks like on a Roku3 box, just for the lolz ;-)
[Originally published March 2008] One of my favourite devices revisited this week - the Apple TV. Now revitalised with a brand new software update, this is the Apple TV Take 2.
Date: 1st January 2012
Show ref: SCOI0002
[Originally published June 2008] Time for a show with a hardware bent!
Lots of buzz around the internet about a product that enables you to ""hack"" your Apple TV simply and easily. All without opening the case and potentially voiding your warranty.
Date: 1st January 2012
Show ref: SCOI0006
[Originally published May 2010] As promised, this week I take a look at the machine Apple has designed to be the ultimate media center for your HDTV, and that's the Apple TV.
The only thing is, some people find the limitations of the Apple TV to be severely restrictive. These limitations extend to its tight integration with the iTunes ecosystem, its inability to playback any form of media other than Quicktime encoded videos and the somewhat frustrating decision by Apple to limit its extendability by disabling the onboard USB port.
Date: 1st January 2012
Show ref: SCOI0008
[Originally published Dec 2009] Time for a quick update on the new version of the Apple TV with it's brand new slick interface.
Date: 18th December 2009
Show ref: SCOM0229
Time for a quick update on the new version of the Apple TV with it's brand new slick interface.
Date: 7th May 2009
Show ref: SCOM0199
As promised, this week I take a look at the machine Apple has designed to be the ultimate media center for your HDTV, and that's the Apple TV. The only thing is, some people find the limitations of the Apple TV to be severely restrictive.
These limitations extend to its tight integration with the iTunes ecosystem, its inability to playback any form of media other than Quicktime encoded videos and the somewhat frustrating decision by Apple to limit its extendability by disabling the onboard USB port.
Date: 13th June 2008
Show ref: SCOM0153
Time for a show with a hardware bent!
Lots of buzz around the internet about a product that enables you to ""hack"" your Apple TV simply and easily, all without opening the case and potentially voiding your warranty.
The product is aTV Flash v3.0 from Applecore LLC.
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