With the astounding popularity of iPods and iTunes among Mac and PC users alike, it's easier than ever to access and organize not only music, but movies, trailers, photos, and podcasts. iTunes users have been viewing their content on monitors as small as an iPod screen, or at the most, screens no larger than their computer monitors. The missing link to getting those still and moving pictures from the small screen to widescreen high-definition TVs in our front rooms is now available. This quick-reference guide can take readers through every step of setting up and using Apple TV, while giving insights along the way into how to avoid problems and take full advantage of all the bells and whistles packed into Apple TV. The guide is also designed to let you flip to exactly the section you need rather than having to read through the entire guide. An easy, accessible style paired with full-color illustrations and insider tips guarantee that readers will be sitting on their sofas enjoying their iTunes content on the wide screen in no time. Apple TV will retail for $299 and ships in February 2007.