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With author Jason Cipriani's step-by-step instructions in “Getting Started with Apple TV for Cable Refugees,” readers will learn how to tap into the rich vein of entertainment possibilities that Apple TV provides for a fraction of the cost of cable. Music, TV programs, feature films, podcasts and photographs, he notes, may be streamed to an Apple TV from a Mac or other per With author Jason Cipriani's step-by-step instructions in “Getting Started with Apple TV for Cable Refugees,” readers will learn how to tap into the rich vein of entertainment possibilities that Apple TV provides for a fraction of the cost of cable. Music, TV programs, feature films, podcasts and photographs, he notes, may be streamed to an Apple TV from a Mac or other personal computer. Cipriani explores Apple services such as "Home Sharing" and the purchase of content from iTunes, as well as third-party sources such as Netflix, Hulu Plus, MLB.TV and NBA League Pass. He provides thumbnail sketches of a range of free services — including YouTube, Vimeo, Flickr and the WSJ Live — and devotes a separate section to AirPlay. He offers 11 samples among countless other free applications that give users content via the iPad and AirPlay.Through an AirPlay feature called "mirroring," he explains, users may view on their TVs what appears on the screens of their iOS or OS X devices.


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With author Jason Cipriani's step-by-step instructions in “Getting Started with Apple TV for Cable Refugees,” readers will learn how to tap into the rich vein of entertainment possibilities that Apple TV provides for a fraction of the cost of cable. Music, TV programs, feature films, podcasts and photographs, he notes, may be streamed to an Apple TV from a Mac or other per With author Jason Cipriani's step-by-step instructions in “Getting Started with Apple TV for Cable Refugees,” readers will learn how to tap into the rich vein of entertainment possibilities that Apple TV provides for a fraction of the cost of cable. Music, TV programs, feature films, podcasts and photographs, he notes, may be streamed to an Apple TV from a Mac or other personal computer. Cipriani explores Apple services such as "Home Sharing" and the purchase of content from iTunes, as well as third-party sources such as Netflix, Hulu Plus, MLB.TV and NBA League Pass. He provides thumbnail sketches of a range of free services — including YouTube, Vimeo, Flickr and the WSJ Live — and devotes a separate section to AirPlay. He offers 11 samples among countless other free applications that give users content via the iPad and AirPlay.Through an AirPlay feature called "mirroring," he explains, users may view on their TVs what appears on the screens of their iOS or OS X devices.

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