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    New Gen Apple tv

    I bought a new gen Apple tv today. It's a massive improvement over the old ones. I will use it to run plex for my movie and tv shows, stream iTunes from the mac mini server, and the app store is great. It isn't cheap, €180, but worth it if you use plex to stream films.

    Link to plex for those who don't use it:

    https://plex.tv/

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    brilliant for youtube also !

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    I have a MkII Apple TV and love it! What's better about the new ones?


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    The plex app is the huge change for me. Previously, you had to jailbreak an apple tv to get plex to run.

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    Does it allow you to stream sky to your tv from a mac/ipad?

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    Quote Originally Posted by richardbd View Post
    Does it allow you to stream sky to your tv from a mac/ipad?
    Under what circumstances would you want to do that Rich?


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    So you don't have to buy multi room!

    It don't work as sky want you to have mutli room and pay for it, other apps like BT sports work fine through apple TV though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Anderson View Post
    So you don't have to buy multi room!

    It don't work as sky want you to have mutli room and pay for it, other apps like BT sports work fine through apple TV though.
    Aha, I see!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Tunneruk View Post
    Aha, I see!!
    same idea - during the week I stay away from home in a rented flat. Only have Freeview there. I use Apple TV to watch Netflix, iPlayer etc but as Mr Anderson says, Sky no workee that way...

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