How To Open AppleTV on macOS Big Sur [Tutorial]


How To Open AppleTV on macOS Big Sur [Tutorial]

If you want to watch the new Apple TV+ shows on your big screen Mac, use the TV app on your MacBook, or just stream from your iPhone or iPad to your Mac’s screen, we’ll show you how

While of course the top streaming accessories are usually tablets or Apple TV, you can also watch content on your Mac.

If you have an older macOS version, you can watch Apple TV on your Mac using a web browser.

If your Mac is running Catalina or newer, the new Apple TV app is automatically included on your computer, allowing you to watch Apple TV+ from your Mac.

Issues addressed in this tutorial:
apple tv MacBook
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apple tv MacBook Pro
apple tv MacBook Air
apple tv macOS Big Sur
apple tv mac mini
apple tv mac app
mac mini vs apple tv
apple tv connect to mac
apple tv streaming from mac
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This tutorial will apply for MacBook Pro, Air, Mini’s running the macOS operating system. This tutorial was performed on a macOS Big Sur system.

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  2. Ur accent sounds like a mafia don from NYC 😱😂

  3. anybody else's Macbook not come with Apple TV in the dock?

  4. It’s literally opening an app

  5. It looks like the Apple TV app. I want to see the actual Apple TV screen and use the remote to navigate prime Disney etc in one place. So using my Mac as the monitor/tv via HDMI cord. Is that possible

  6. Can you make a complete tour of Apple TV app for Mac, please?

  7. I have a subscription of apple tv on a different apple ID. Does anyone know how I can switch accounts on Macbook Big Sur?

  8. I see I’m not the only one running Big Sur on a 2011 MacBook