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How to Install tvOS 16 Public Beta on Apple TV

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Interested in checking out the tvOS 16 public beta on your Apple TV? Much like how you can run the public betas of iOS 16, iPadOS 16, and macOS Ventura, you can also give tvOS 16 public beta a try if you’re adventurous and up for it.

tvOS 16 doesn’t have a ton of crazy new features, but it does support new game controllers like the Nintendo Switch Joy-Con and Pro controller, and there is more integration with tvOS apps and apps for iPhone and iPad.

So, want to check out tvOS 16 public beta? Why not?


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How to AirPlay Videos from iPhone to LG TV

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Did you know that many modern TV’s, like any newer model LG OLED TV, includes support for AirPlay? This functionality which is built into many modern smart TV panels allows you to use AirPlay for watching videos, movies, tv shows, and screen mirroring, sending content from an iPhone or iPad directly to the TV screen – and it’s all done wirelessly and simply. The feature is so handy that it may even supplant your need to get an Apple TV device, since the handy AirPlay functionality is entirely built into the TV itself.

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How to Mirror a Mac to TV

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Ever wanted to mirror your Mac to a TV, wirelessly? You can do that with most modern Macs if they support AirPlay. And many modern TV’s have built in AirPlay support too, allowing for a Mac to easily mirror its screen to the TV, right from macOS. This is easier than ever in macOS Monterey.

AirPlay support is included in many modern TV’s from LG, Samsung, Sony, Vizio, usually from the 2018 or newer model years. If your TV supports mirroring from a Mac (or iPhone, or iPad for that matter), then “AirPlay” will be available as one of the input options on the…

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How to Stream the September 14th Apple Event (and What to Expect)

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Apple recently announced its next hardware showcase is planned for Tuesday, September 14, so we could be just a few days away from finally seeing the rumored iPhone 13 and other upcoming Apple products for the first time.

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How to Change Video Download Quality for Apple TV+ on Mac

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If you’re an Apple TV+ subscriber who downloads episodes of your favorite TV shows for watching offline, you may have occasionally noticed that they’re not in the best video quality possible. However, this is something that can be fixed or adjusted easily on the Mac.

Most users who’re subscribed to Apple TV+ just stream all the content over the internet. But a lot of people like to make use of the offline viewing feature so that they can continue to watch content while they’re offline, traveling, or otherwise not online, without having to rely on a…

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How Do I Connect MacBook Pro/Air to a TV?

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If you have a newer MacBook Pro or MacBook Air with only USB-C ports, you may be wondering how to connect the MacBook to a TV.

Maybe you want to use the TV as a larger display, or perhaps you want to watch a movie from the computer on the bigger TV screen, or use it for gaming.

Whatever the reason, it’s easy to do, but you will need to have the appropriate cables.


To be clear, we’re talking about MacBook Pro models that are 2016 and newer (including the 2020 and 2021 M1 MacBook Pro), and MacBook Air models from 2018 and newer (also including the M1 MacBook…

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How to Install tvOS 15 Public Beta on Your Apple TV

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While you might not think of the software that runs on your Apple TV too often, Apple does release a major update every year. In the fall of 2021, Apple will release tvOS 15, which brings some quality-of-life improvements to the Apple TV: You’ll finally be able to log in to apps using Face ID on your iPhone, for…

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How to Download Apple TV+ Shows on Mac

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Do you want to watch your favorite Apple TV+ shows even when you’re not connected to the internet? If so, you’ll need to take advantage of the offline viewing feature that the service has to offer. You can download episodes and store them locally on your Mac.

Although Apple TV+ is primarily used to stream content over the internet, you cannot always expect to stay connected to the internet at all times, especially if you’re traveling with a MacBook. Whether it’s a long flight, road trip, or you’re on the train, you can’t always rely on a Wi-Fi…

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List of Apple TV Models That Support tvOS 15

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Do you own an Apple TV and you’re wondering if it will support tvOS 15, the next major software update for your device?

Along with iOS 15, iPadOS 15, watchOS 8, and macOS Monterey, Apple also announced tvOS 15 at its annual WWDC event. With new features like SharePlay, Spatial Audio with AirPods, HomePod Mini stereo integration, and HomeKit camera enhancements, there’s enough to feel excited about the upcoming update.

Unfortunately, not every Apple TV will be capable of running tvOS 15 when it comes out.

tvOS 15 Compatible Apple TV Models

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How to Change Apple TV+ Playback Quality on Mac

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Do you want to save some of your valuable internet data while you’re binging shows on Apple TV+? You’re certainly not alone, but you can do this by simply changing the playback or streaming quality for the Apple TV app installed on your Mac.

Whether you’re paying for Apple TV+ or you’re simply just taking advantage of the free one-year subscription, you need a decently fast internet connection in addition to adequate data for Apple TV+ to function properly. If your connection is slow or unstable, you’ll likely run into buffering issues. Or, if you do…

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