How to Stream Content from Your iTunes Library to the Apple TV

When Apple introduced the latest version of the Apple TV, a lot of people were worried that they would no longer be able to stream content from their iTunes libraries. In the screenshots on the Apple website, the Computers tile isn’t shown, and on the Tech Specs page, nothing said that you could still use Home Sharing to access your iTunes library.

Well, rest assured; nothing much has changed. You can still stream music and videos from your iTunes library, as you have been able to do for years. You can watch movies and TV shows, you can stream music, and you can listen to podcasts and audiobooks on the Apple TV. Here’s how you set up and use the Apple TV to access media in your iTunes library.

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8 thoughts on “How to Stream Content from Your iTunes Library to the Apple TV

  1. I finally gave in and bought an AppleTV (a 4k) since EyeTV’s future seems to be hanging on by a thread.

    Is there a way to make a shortcut on the Home screen for an iTunes shared library? Or am I stuck with always having to click down through the “Computers” directory?

    Thanks,
    Joe

  2. I finally gave in and bought an AppleTV (a 4k) since EyeTV’s future seems to be hanging on by a thread.

    Is there a way to make a shortcut on the Home screen for an iTunes shared library? Or am I stuck with always having to click down through the “Computers” directory?

    Thanks,
    Joe

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