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Best Apple TV Gaming Controllers

While practically all Apple TV games work just fine with the Siri remote, an MFi gaming controller brings a more classic, console-like feel to the experience that any gamer can appreciate. Here are our favorite gaming controllers for your Apple TV.

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How to use a third-party remote to control your Apple TV

If you're not a fan of the Siri remote (or you just lost the tiny little thing), you might wish to use a third-party remote to control your Apple TV. You can do that! Here's how.

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How to download tvOS 10.2 beta 3 to your Apple TV

Installing the tvOS 10.2 beta is more complex than an iOS or macOS beta, but it's also for developers only.

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Apple Talk 23: Apple TV, with Jason Snell

Following up on Q1 2017, Gartenberg and Ritchie speak with special guest Jason Snell of Six Colors on Apple TV: What it was meant to be, what it ended up being, and where it goes from here.

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Amazon's Fire TV head now running Apple TV marketing

Timothy D. Twerdahl, formerly of Amazon, Netflix, and Roku, now running Apple TV marketing at Apple.

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Nintendo Switch vs Apple TV: Which should you buy?

Which is better for gaming in the living room, Nintendo Switch or Apple TV? Here's how to decide!

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Best TVs for Apple TV

What are the best television sets for your Apple TV? Here are our future-proof favorites!

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How to download and install tvOS 10.1.1 on your Apple TV

Apple has just released tvOS 10.1.1 with performance enhancements and bug fixes. You can update to tvOS 10.1.1 using the same procedures as previous updates. All the details below!

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How to back up your Apple TV

You may not be able to back up your Apple TV in the traditional sense, but you can still make sure your data is safely stored in iCloud.

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Apple's TV app has changed how I watch television

The TV app is more than just a way for cable subscribers to find content. It works for cord-cutters, too!

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