Downloading now...<br><br>Update includes genius playlists the ability to purchase HD TV shows (among other things?)<br><br>Good luck finding any info about this specific update on Apple's site though. I'm sure it's somewhere but it isn't terribly obvious. While looking for the info it occurred to me just how terribly Apple has promoted the device.<br><br>I love mine.<br><br>Edit: Here is a list of update features...<br><br><br>(buried in a support page)<br><br> <P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by Jashue on 10/04/08 08:18 AM (server time).</EM></FONT></P>
Buried? What's with the mini rant? Go to Apple, if you're looking for Support, then click on Support, if you're looking for Support on AppleTV, then click on AppleTV on the Support page. You want the Software Update, click on the Software Update link on the AppleTV support page. Doesn't get much easier and very logical. Do you want the details on the home page? <br><br>http://www.apple.com/support/appletv isn't exactly buried. Replace appletv with any other Apple product for support on that product, quite logical.<br><br>Also in software update there is probably a link or details at the bottom if you highlight the update.<br><br>------>#1 - JD's Trivia game<br><br>------>#2 - MM-MCF Trivia game
I dunno if you should call what I wrote a "rant." It's just that the ATV update isn't available via software update on the Mac-- and it wasn't announced through any of the more heavily traveled avenues. To find it-- one would go to settings on the ATV (which isn't something most users would ever do unless they wanted to pair a remote or something like that).<br><br>I wouldn't go to support unless I was having a problem with my machine.<br><br>I learned about the ATV update over at Apple Insider-- but then-- I'm sort of a geek. My mom (who very well may be the recipient of such a gift this coming Christmas) would never find herself over at Apple Insider!<br><br>Rant? No, not really. I was just excited about the update and wanted to share it with everybody.<br><br>Sorry...<br><br>
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