Your photos, videos, and music.
Memories take center stage.
Your photos and videos.
As seen on TV.
With iCloud Photo Sharing, invitations to view your photos and videos can be sent to friends and family who also have Apple TV, so they can share in the fun.1 And uploading the photos and videos from a summer vacation or any other event is as easy as doing nothing at all. With My Photo Stream, your most recent photos automatically appear on all your devices — no matter which device you used to take the picture. Thanks to iMovie Theater, the projects you’ve made in iMovie are ready for viewing on your HDTV. No syncing. No sending. Your photos and home movies are there, ready to watch.
Enjoy content from your iOS devices and
Mac on your HDTV.
Give your iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, or Mac some airtime.
With AirPlay, you can wirelessly stream content from your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, and Mac to your HDTV.4 So if you want to watch a movie stored on one of your devices, you don’t need to buy or rent it again to watch it on the best screen in the house. You can also stream home movies, photos, or videos from websites and AirPlay-enabled apps. Peer-to-peer AirPlay makes it easy for guests to share content from their Mac or iOS device directly to your TV — without learning your password and connecting to your network.5 And with AirPlay Mirroring, you can display the screen of your iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, and Mac on your HDTV.6 So when you tap, swipe, pinch, or play something, it shows up on the big screen — ideal for sharing entertainment with friends or showing off your gaming skills (or lack thereof).
Small. Powerful. Efficient.
Quiet, energy efficient, and so small it fits in the palm of your hand, Apple TV sits neatly on a TV stand or in a crowded media cabinet. When it’s not filling your living room with drama, romance, and comedy, it uses less power than a night-light. And the included Apple Remote makes it easy to get to your favorite entertainment.
To set up Apple TV, just plug the power cord into the wall and connect Apple TV to your high-definition TV using an HDMI cable (sold separately). Getting started couldn’t be simpler — just hold your iPhone or iPad with Bluetooth turned on near Apple TV and it will learn about your home network and receive your account settings automatically.7 Since everything streams wirelessly to Apple TV using your Wi-Fi network, that’s all you need to do. Except make popcorn.