Apple TV User Guide
By Apple Inc.
- Release Date: 2015-10-30
- Genre: Computers
Apple TV User Guide Apple Inc. Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars
Here’s everything you need to know about Apple TV, straight from Apple. This definitive guide helps you get started using Apple TV and discover all the amazing things it can do.
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Apple TV User Guide
Great org into 2-4 pg “sections” per subject
One thing missing!
By hate to say goodbye
I love my Apple TV I have Comcast, fire stick, but my love is the Apple TV. I have had my Apple TV for about 3 yrs now n I have one question that even the hand book didn’t answer?! How much data can be stored on the Apple TV?????? I have 12 movies, tv show seasons and I’m wondering how much it can hold??
Complete and thorough description of how to use Apple TV
A little old 2015? Cmon Apple
This is quite outdated how about a newer version for the new Apple TV
Easy Even For A Senior Citizen
This Apple TV User Guide is easy to read and easy to understand. Disclaimer: I've been a Mac User for more than 2 decades so I'm familiar with The Apple Way.
But I think that even a new user will find this Guide helpful, easy to read, easy to follow.
If I have one suggestion it is this: for the benefit of someone new to this sort of thing, put a glossary in the back of the book.
Mary A Sells
Has all you need to know
By (JOHN Q)
It needs more graphics and in particular reads like it was written by a boring Chinese lawyer and badly translated from Mandarin characters into English. As a retired Federal Safety and Health Officer I am putting Apple on notice here: The safety information is unclear and the most important information is at the end of the verbiage not upfront and is so understated as to be almost comical. The why part is missing or partical. The safety information part is so badly written as to be misleading and is likely to increase mishaps leading to injury. For example several dangers involve the Lightning "connector". Why not just say the Lightning *plugs* and include graphics!
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