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The Apple TV Pocket Guide, Second Edition by Jeff Carlson

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5 Watch Movies, TV Shows, and YouTube

Okay, the Apple TV is hooked up, networked, synchronized with a computer, and ready to deliver entertainment you’ve purchased from the iTunes Store (either from your PC or the Apple TV itself) or provided yourself (see Chapter 9).

And, as we learned in Chapter 1, it’s connected to a widescreen TV. More than likely, your TV is of generous size—maybe it’s not a 102-inch monstrosity featured at events such as the yearly Consumer Electronics Show, but larger than the no-name TV/VCR combo that came home from college with you.

What to do? Let’s fill that screen with some video!

Screen a Movie

Pop the popcorn, fluff up the couch pillows, dim the lights, and settle in.

Watch movie trailers

Call me traditional, ...

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