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The new Apple TV with 1080p HD gives you access to the best content — blockbuster movies, TV shows, sports, your music and photos, and more — right on your widescreen TV. You can even play content from your iOS devices on your TV using AirPlay. Best of all, Apple TV is just $99.
With Apple TV, you get instant access to buy or rent the hottest HD movies — many in 1080p and often available the same day they come out on DVD.1 That’s perfect for spontaneous movie nights (or afternoons or mornings). Search by top movies, title, or genre. Can’t decide? Read reviews, watch trailers, and check out Rotten Tomatoes ratings. Or let Genius make a recommendation based on movies you’ve watched before. Then pick a flick, press Play, and in seconds you’re watching the opening credits in theater-like Dolby Digital 5.1 surround.
Buy your favorite TV shows and watch them — without commercials — whenever you like. Watch a show the day after it airs, or camp out on your couch and catch up on past seasons with a marathon of back-to-back-to-back episodes. Apple TV keeps track of your favorite shows, so the next time you turn on your TV, you can quickly see which season you’re watching and which episodes are new. Just choose shows with a few clicks of the Apple Remote.
Get everyone in on the birthday pics, vacation videos, or party mixes. Click Computers on the Apple TV menu to stream your photos, home videos, and music collection from your Mac or PC. And Apple TV lets you wirelessly access your content from iCloud, too.3 Click Photo Stream to see your iCloud Photo Stream on your widescreen TV. If you’re an iTunes Match subscriber, click Music to play your favorite tracks.4 Sharing your memories and music with your friends and family has never been easier.
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