How to get started with Apple AirPlay

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How to get started with Apple AirPlay

AirPlay–a technology built into the iPhone , iPad, and iPod Touch–brings wireless media streaming from your iOS device to your home theater. Although it has limitations, it’s one of the most seamless ways to get your favorite YouTube videos, music, and home videos onto the big screen.

Watch the video and follow the instructions below to get started.

Get started with Apple AirPlay

What you need:

An Apple TV. At $99, this is the most inexpensive way to use AirPlay. Other options include AirPlay-enabled speakers, Apple AirPort, and some receivers.

An iOS device running iOS 4.2 or above. To check your software, go to Settings > About on your device and look at the number next to Version.

A solid wireless network. This is important, as media from your iPad, iPhone , or iPod Touch will be streamed to your TV over your home network. Ensure that you’ve optimized your wireless network before streaming content.

If you meet the requirements, streaming is easy.

Set up AirPlay: Set up the Apple TV, connect to your wireless network, and verify that AirPlay is turned on (Settings > AirPlay on your Apple TV). Then connect your iDevice to the same wireless network… [Read more]

How to get started with Apple AirPlay

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