Set up The first time your MacBook Pro starts up, Setup Assistant walks you through the simple steps needed to begin using your new Mac. If you want to transfer your data from another computer, see Migrate your data for details. Be sure to connect to Wi-Fi, turn on Bluetooth® wireless technology, get an Apple ID,(…)
This tip explains how to stream music from iTunes on your Mac or PC, or from your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch (iOS 5.1 or later) to your stereo or speakers using AirPort Express as a standalone Wi-Fi base station or as one of several Wi-Fi base stations. Note: If you would also like to(…)
AirPlay Mirroring lets you send what’s on your Mac to an HDTV wirelessly with Apple TV. If your Mac supports AirPlay Mirroring, an AirPlay Mirroring status icon appears in the menu bar when an Apple TV is on the same network as your Mac. For information about Mac and Apple TV requirements to use AirPlay(…)
How to use AirPlay Just plug your stereo system or speakers into the audio port on your AirPort Express using an audio cable or have your AirPlay-enabled output devices connect to the same local network as your iTunes library. When you open iTunes 10 or later on your Mac or PC, you’ll see an AirPlay(…)
Enabling AirPlay from your iPhone, iPad or iPod touchYou can AirPlay videos, music or photos from a variety of different locations on your iOS device, including from within the Photos, Videos, Safari and Music apps, or directly from recently used apps. To AirPlay video or photo content to your Apple TV: Connect your iOS device(…)
First download the plugin : Media Center Plugin After you download the plugin open up Safari preferences and go to extensions. Pull up the Media Center Plugin and you will see these options: The options you click above are what will show up when you right click on a media file. Example: Use a youtube(…)
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