Monday December 7, 2015 9:38 am PST by Lory Gil
The newest version of Apple's set-top box has a lot of features that were not available in previous models, and while some things are fairly easy to figure out, other features are somewhat hidden and harder to find. One great feature Apple has included with its fourth-generation Apple TV is a new App Store and the ability to have multiple accounts connected to the set-top box. Some sharing features connect automatically, but others take more work. We've got a guide for setting up various account and device sharing options so you can access the most content in the easiest way possible on the new Apple TV. Home Sharing With Home Sharing enabled, you can access your movies, music, TV shows, audiobooks, and more stored on a Mac or PC from any device that has the feature turned on and is on the same local network. If you haven't already turned on Home Sharing from your various Mac, PC, and iOS devices, here's how. PC or Mac On Mac, open iTunes and select File from the Menu Bar in the upper left corner of the screen. On PC, press the Alt key to access the menu bar and select File from the list. Click Home Sharing and choose "Turn on Home Sharing." Enter your Apple ID and password, and then click Turn on Home Sharing. iOS Open the Settings app and select Videos or Music. Tap Home Sharing. Enter your Apple ID and password and tap Sign In. Apple TV 4 Open the Settings app and click Accounts. Select Home Sharing. Enter your Apple ID and password and click Sign In. To access content from your computers, open the Computers app on Apple TV.