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The Apple TV Pocket Guide by Jeff Carlson

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Chapter 5. Watch Movies and TV Shows

Okay, let’s review.

The Apple TV is hooked up, networked, synchronized with a computer, and ready to deliver entertainment you’ve purchased from the iTunes Store (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, but I like the experience of seeing movie ...

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