Apple TV tips and tricks


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It's me Todd, your beam to a Apple TV.

You competence now use your Apple TV to tide music, watch Netflix and lease movies.

It’s good for all of those things, though it can also do a lot more. Sometimes we only need to know where to look.

By meaningful a right settings, a correct Siri commands and a few special apps, we can use your Apple TV for all from relaxing down during a finish of a day to determining a lights.

Here are some Apple TV tips and tricks to assistance we get a many out of it.

The Apple TV remote is terrible.


Siri can be used to uncover information during a bottom of a screen, too. If we ask it a questions like, “Who won a Eagles game?” for example, Siri will uncover that a Eagles mislaid to a Saints, with a measure and a logos of any group and a outline of a game.

If we ask a weather, Siri will uncover a stream heat and a trademark representing a continue (like a cloud). But, oddly, Siri can’t answer some other things that it does on a phone, like how high a Empire State Building is or how prolonged it will take we to get to work.

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Use Siri to rewind or quick brazen or to find content

You don’t have to fiddle with a remote to find a controls to quick brazen or rewind while examination a movie. You can ask Siri to do it for we by drumming a microphone symbol on a remote. You can use Siri to quick brazen or to rewind.

(Tip: Say “Fast brazen 20 minutes” to pierce serve ahead.)

You can also use Siri to find specific forms of content, like comedy movies, or cinema starring a specific person. The fastest approach to play and pause, however, is to only daub a play/pause symbol on your Apple TV remote.


Play around with opposite apps and puncture around in a settings menus to find even some-more things we can do with a Apple TV. Or, if we don’t possess an Apple TV, check out my beam to regulating a Amazon Fire TV.

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Todd Haselton


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