Mac. iPhone. iPad. Apple TV? While Apple TV may not get the same press is other Apple products, that is about to change. For years, Apple TV was touted on Appleas hobby productasomething they tinkered with occasionally, but not something they put as much effort in as other Apple products. This changed in 2012. Apple announced a slimmed down version of the media device at a price people could actually afford: $99. In March of 2015, they dropped the price again to $69, and announced that they would be the first devices to offer HBOas monthly streaming service: HBO Now. What started as a hobby has turned into a powerhouse. The low-cost, high-powered, streaming media player, has become the best on the market. Other companies (notably Google, Amazon, and Roku) have tried to create their own media devices, but, in this authors opinion, none of them come close to offering an operating system that just works. This guide is an introduction to Apple TV. If you are just athinkinga about making the switch from cable to streaming TV, then this book will show you how; if youave already made the switch, but you want to get the most out of it, then it will covers that as well. Thereas something for everyone here, so read onabThe Apple TV Device A Remote (if you have an iPhone or iPad, you can use those as remotes as wellajust download the free app from the iTunes app store) A Power Cord A Quick Start Guide Notably absent is an HDMI cable. Some stores anbsp;...
|Title||:||The Apple TV Crash Course|
|Publisher||:||BookCaps Study Guides - 2015-03-26|