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Find the Agreement Number for your AppleCare Protection Plan

If you bought your AppleCare Protection Plan  individually, look inside the box for a card or booklet that says "Web Registration Instructions." The card or booklet includes the Agreement Number. If you can't find the Agreement Number, contact Apple Support. Make sure that you have your sales receipt and the serial number of your Apple device. Learn how to find the serial number of your Apple device. After your AppleCare Protection Plan is registered, you can find it on My Support under

AppleCare Products: Extend your coverage further, purchase the AppleCare Protection Plan or AppleCare+

Learn about your Apple product’s warranty and extended coverage. AppleCare offers a range of service and support products for your Apple hardware, operating system, and built-in applications.

Use your Siri Remote or Apple TV Remote with Apple TV 4K and Apple TV (4th generation)

Follow these steps to use your Siri Remote or Apple TV Remote.*

Apple TV (3rd generation) - Technical Specifications

audio to any A/V receiver or device. It’s ideal for audiophiles who want to take full advantage of the digital output capability built into their Mac, A/V receiver, DVD player, satellite dish receiver, or cable box.  AppleCare Protection Plan The AppleCare Protection Plan provides service and support from the people who know your Apple TV best. For up to two years from the original purchase date of your Apple TV , you get direct, one-stop access to Apple’s award-winning telephone technical

Apple TV 4K

Apple TV 4K lets you watch movies and shows in 4K HDR and offers great content from top apps.

Use Bluetooth accessories with your Apple TV 4K or Apple TV (4th generation)

There are many devices and accessories that you can pair with your Apple TV , like Bluetooth headphones, speakers, keyboards, and game controllers.

Apple TV User Guide

Apple TV  User Guide.

Apps that support single sign-on with your iOS device, Apple TV 4K, or Apple TV (4th generation)

  Here's how to see a list of supported apps by provider on your Apple TV : Open the App Store. Choose the Featured tab. Scroll down and look for either an icon called TV Providers or an icon of your specific TV provider. Select the icon to see apps that support single sign-on. The list of supported apps might update as apps add support for single sign-on.

About Apple TV 4K and Apple TV (4th generation) software updates

Learn how to update your Apple TV 4K or Apple TV (4th generation) or about previous software updates for Apple TV .

Apple TV Community

Get Apple TV help and support from users around the world

Apple TV Support - Featured articles, manuals, plus other helpful resources

Learn how to set up and use your Apple TV.  Find all the topics, resources, and contact options you need for Apple TV.

Use single sign-on with your iOS device, Apple TV 4K, or Apple TV (4th generation)

If you change TV providers, you can remove your current single sign-on account information or set up a different one. Here's how: On Apple TV , go to Settings > Account > TV provider. On iOS, go to Settings > TV Provider. Click or tap your the current TV provider. Click or tap on Remove TV Provider. Search for your new TV provider, then follow the steps to sign in.

Apple TV Manuals

Important Product Information Guides and Setup Guides.

TV providers that support single sign-on with your iOS device, Apple TV 4K, or Apple TV (4th generation)

Even if your provider supports single sign-on, you might need to open and sign in to some of them individually. To keep your apps updated, turn on automatic updates. On Apple TV , go to Settings > Apps. On iOS, go to Settings > iTunes & App Store > Updates.

Stop older Apple Remotes from controlling your Apple TV 4K or Apple TV (4th generation)

If you use an Apple Remote (aluminum or white) to control an earlier Apple TV or Mac in the same area as your Apple TV 4K or Apple TV (4th generation), your Apple Remote (aluminum or white) might control all your devices.  If you don't want your Apple Remote (aluminum or white) to work with your Apple TV 4K or Apple TV (4th generation), follow these steps: Point the Apple Remote (aluminum or white) at your Apple TV (2nd or 3rd generation) or Mac. Press and hold Menu and Left at the same time

Use the TV app on your Apple TV 4K, Apple TV (4th generation), iPhone, and iPad

The TV app is available in select countries and regions. You can use the TV app on your Apple TV 4K or Apple TV (4th generation) with the latest version of tvOS or your iPhone or iPad with the latest version of iOS.

Apple TV (2nd generation) - Technical Specifications

surround sound pass-through Photo formats JPEG, GIF, TIFF TV compatibility Compatible with high-definition TVs with HDMI and capable of 720p 60/50Hz,2 including popular models from these manufacturers: Hitachi, JVC, LG, Mitsubishi, NEC, Panasonic, Philips, Pioneer, Samsung, Sony, Sharp, Toshiba, Vizio, Westinghouse Accessories Apple HDMI to HDMI Cable Digital Optical Audio Cable AppleCare Protection Plan iTunes Movie and TV Show Rentals4   Resolution Audio HD

Choose a dark or light background for your Apple TV 4K or Apple TV (4th generation)

To change the background Appearance for your Apple TV Home screen and menus, go to Settings > General > Appearance. Then choose from the following three options: Automatic: Use this setting to let your Apple TV automatically change the background appearance based on the time of day. For example, Apple TV will change the background from light to dark at sunset. And at sunrise, Apple TV will change the background from dark to light. Light background: Dark background: A 3rd-party app's background

Surround sound settings on your Apple TV 4K or Apple TV (4th generation)

To find the audio settings for your Apple TV , just go to Settings > Video and Audio > Surround Sound.

Use Siri on your Apple TV 4K or Apple TV (4th generation)

Siri is currently available on Apple TV 4K and Apple TV (4th generation) in these countries, regions, and languages: Australia (English), Canada (English, French), Germany (German), France (French), Mexico (Spanish), Netherlands (Dutch), Norway (Norwegian Bokmål), Japan (Japanese), Spain (Spanish), Sweden (Swedish), UK (English), US (English, Spanish).* 

Get help with Wi-Fi networks on your Apple TV

Make sure that your Internet router is connected to your modem and that both are powered on. If your router and modem are combined, make sure that the device is powered on.  Keep your Apple TV in range of your router. If it's too far away, your Apple TV won't get a signal. To avoid signal issues, don't place your Apple TV directly on or within a foot of your Wi-Fi router.  

Use Conference Room Display mode and related settings on your Apple TV

Apple TV 4K and Apple TV (4th generation)* requires you to enter a code displayed on your television the first time that you AirPlay from another Apple device. To change the security settings for who can AirPlay to your Apple TV , go to Settings > AirPlay > AirPlay, and select Require Code under Security. Then choose from the following options: First Time Only: If you choose this option, the first time someone uses AirPlay with your Apple TV , their AirPlay enabled device requires the AirPlay

Find the serial number for your Apple TV

Check in Settings Check the bottom of your Apple TV Check using your Apple ID Check the packaging

Use Bluetooth keyboards with your Apple TV

You can pair Apple Magic keyboards or Apple Wireless keyboards with Apple TV . Many third-party Bluetooth keyboards can also work with Apple TV . If you aren’t sure whether your third-party keyboard is compatible, ask the manufacturer.

Get help with third-party apps on your Apple TV

Find out what to do when audio or video content on your Apple TV  stops playing, or looks or sounds incorrect.

Move and hide apps on your Apple TV

Highlight the app that you want to move. On Siri Remote or Apple TV Remote,* hold down the Touch surface until the app starts to jiggle. On other remotes, hold down Select. To move the app on Siri Remote or Apple TV Remote, swipe left, right, up, or down. On other remotes, press Left, Right, Up, or Down. When you're finished, press the Touch surface or press Select.  Repeat these steps to move other apps.

Update the software on your Apple TV

On Apple TV 4K or Apple TV (4th generation), go to Settings > System > Software Updates and Select Update Software.*  If there's an update, select Download and Install. Wait for your Apple TV to download the update. Don't disconnect or unplug your Apple TV until the update completes. After the update downloads, your Apple TV will restart and prepare the update. Don't disconnect or unplug your Apple TV until the update completes. After Apple TV prepares the update, it will install

Restore your Apple TV through iTunes

If an issue occurs during a software update on your Apple TV , unplug your Apple TV , then plug it back in and try the software update again. If you still need help, follow the steps below for your Apple TV .

Change the language on your Apple TV

While you're watching a movie or TV show, you can change the language of subtitles. On Apple TV 4K or Apple TV (4th generation), swipe down on your remote, select Subtitles, then choose the language that you want to see subtitles in. On Apple TV (2nd or 3rd generation), hold down Select on your remote for three seconds to see the Subtitles tab. Then select the option that you want to use. Learn more about closed captions and subtitles on your Apple TV .

Turn on audio descriptions on your Apple TV

To turn on the setting, go to Settings > General > Accessibility. On Apple TV (4th generation), select Audio Descriptions. On Apple TV (2nd or 3rd generation), select Video Descriptions. If they're available, you can turn on audio descriptions while you watch a movie or TV Show: On Apple TV (4th generation), swipe down on the Touch surface to open the Info panel, then swipe right to open the Audio panel. Swipe down and select the language option that you prefer. On Apple TV (2nd or 3rd

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