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Review: Second-generation Apple TV

updated 03:55 am EDT, Fri October 1, 2010

In-depth look at the second-generation Apple TV

Steve Jobs has modestly described the Apple TV project as just a "hobby," but it is a pastime the company has continued to enjoy in the four years since its "iTV" endeavors were first announced. The redesigned box marks a shift in overall strategy, as the integrated hard drive has been dropped. The system is now completely reliant on iTunes and iOS, streaming content from a computer or mobile device rather than playing it from an internal drive contained in the box. In our full review, we'll take a closer look at the new features and potential limitations of the new hardware.

by MacNN Staff





  1. coitus

    Joined: Dec 1969


    Photo sharing issue

    Has anyone else run into issues sharing iPhoto libraries? For some reason mine works in every facet but the photo slideshows.

  1. ClickSpace

    Joined: Dec 1969


    No TV Shows in Canada

    I already had an Apple TV before, but I bought this new one because I wanted to be able to rent TV shows. But unfortunately after I get it home, I discover that you can't rent TV shows in Canada! What's up with that?



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