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Send audio from Apple TV to Airplay speakers with iOS 6

Published on July 22, 2012 by

iOS 6 beta 3 has revealed that you can send audio from the Apple TV to AirPlay-enabled speaker systems. Apple’s latest beta release for Apple TV will detect AirPlay-enabled speaker systems connected to the same wireless network, and then you can choose from the detected devices for audio output. This means you can watch a

 
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iOS 6 for Apple TV lets you move app icons like other iDevices

Published on June 27, 2012 by

Today, a Brazilian blog showed off a new feature for Apple TV in iOS 6 beta 2. The new software lets you rearrange app icons by holding the center button on the Apple Remote. This will make the icons wiggle, like the home screen on other iOS devices. You can then move the icon by

 
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AirPlay Mirroring coming to Macs in a few weeks

Published on June 22, 2012 by

Apple’s new operating system Mac OS X Mountain Lion should be available to the public in the next few weeks. Among the over new 200 features with Mountain Lion is AirPlay Mirroring. AirPlay Mirroring will wirelessly stream whatever is on your Mac to an HDTV via Apple TV. AirPlay Mirroring works in full 1080p video

 
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Apple TV SDK to be revealed at WWDC 2012 (Rumor)

Published on June 8, 2012 by

BGR reported today that a “trusted source” told them that Apple has plans to unveil a SDK (Software Development Kit) for Apple TV at the WWDC 2012 event on Monday. If this is true, third-party developers will finally be able to build apps for Apple TV. BGR also report earlier in the week that Apple

 
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Tim Cook discusses Apple TV at D10 Conference

Published on June 1, 2012 by

Apple CEO Tim Cook takes questions form Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher about the Apple TV during the D10 Conference. While discussing Apple TV in the interview, Cooks states “this is an area of intense interest for us.” After the video we’ve included a rough transcript of the interview. Kara: Let’s talk about TV. Steve

 
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Why the Apple TV 3 is so difficult to jailbreak?

Published on May 27, 2012 by

One thing evident about the Apple TV 3 is that it will be the most difficult Apple device to jailbreak. MuscleNerd pointed this out on Twitter by stating, “Irony: Apple’s least expensive iOS device (yesterday’s new AppleTV3,1) will likely be the most secure of the bunch.” What MuscleNerd is eluding to is that since there

 
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Is Apple planning Kinect like gestures for Apple TV?

Published on May 26, 2012 by

Rumors of an Apple branded TV have been around for years, but nothing fueled them more than the release of Steve Jobs biography. Here is the short passage written by Walter Issacson from Steve Job’s biography that ignited the Apple TV rumors: “‘I’d like to create an integrated television set that is completely easy to

 
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Apple updates Apple TV 2 & 3 to 5.0.1

Published on May 12, 2012 by

Apple has released a minor update for 2nd and 3rd generation Apple TVs. The update includes some bug fixes and stability improvements, along with allowing previews for TV shows and movies viewable in HD. To install the update go to Settings -> General > Software Update. Apple TV Software Update 5.0.1 iTunes Previews – Previews

 
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