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How to watch iTunes Extras on your Apple TV

iTunes Extras are like DVD to Blu-ray movies extras that play right inside iTunes on the Mac or Windows, and on your Apple TV. They can include director's commentary, deleted scenes, bonus scenes, making-of documentaries, and other features. Not every movie has iTunes Extras, but for those that do, here's how to find and enjoy them!

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How to use Apple TV: The ultimate guide

Complete guide to the Apple TV, Apple's iOS-powered, 1080p streaming set top box

While rumors of a new Apple TV continue to make the rounds, the current Apple TV is already a fantastic little $99 device that lets you stream all sorts of content — including iTunes, Netflix, Hulu, MLB, NHL, and much, much more to your HDTV. What's more, it lets you AirPlay video and even mirror the screen of your iPhone or iPad straight to the big screen. There's a lot more you can do as well. Here's our complete guide!

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How to re-download purchased books with iBooks and iTunes in the Cloud

If you've purchased books from iBooks, you can download and enjoy them across all your devices. It doesn't matter what device you purchased them on, you can easily enjoy purchased books on any device. If you don't have automatic downloads enabled or you accidentally deleted a book, you can easily get them back whenever you'd like!

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How to re-download purchased music, movies, and TV shows with iTunes in the Cloud

Not only can you re-download apps that you've previously purchased, but thanks to iTunes in the Cloud, you can also re-download any music, movies, or tv shows that you've purchased. Whether you accidentally deleted something or want to download something to your iPad that you purchased on your iPhone, you can easily do so in just a few taps.

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How to check the time anywhere in the world with Siri

The built-in Clock app has the ability to show you what time it is anywhere in the world. While you can always unlock your iPhone or iPad and search for a specific city, you could also just as easily launch Siri and ask for the time anywhere in the world.

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How to view, change, restart, or stop a timer with Siri

Siri can easily set timers for you if you just ask. Not only that, if you need to change a timer, restart it, stop it, or just view it, Siri can help you with those kinds of things too. Just like setting a timer, al you've got to do is ask!

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How to set a timer with Siri

The built-in Clock app not only shows you what time it is all over the world, it also lets you set alarms and even timers. Since it can integrate with Siri, setting a time when you're in the kitchen or playing a game has never been easier!

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How to delete alarms with Siri

Aside from setting alarms for you, Siri can also completely delete alarms. For folks that use Siri frequently to set alarms, you may notice that it creates a new alarm each time. This can cause the alarm section of the Clock app to become cluttered rather quickly. Luckily Siri can also clean up its own mess by deleting them just as easily!

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How to change or edit an alarm on your iPhone or iPad with Siri

Some may argue that nothing is worse than getting out of bed any earlier than you have to. Luckily, Siri makes it super simple to edit your existing alarms. All you've got to do is ask and Siri can do all the heavy lifting for you!

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How to turn on and off alarms with Siri

Not only can Siri set alarms for you, it can also show you all current alarms which makes it simple to flip a switch to enable or disable the ones you'd like. Sure you could always go into the Clock app and check manually, but why when Siri can make it even easier?

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