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iTunes 10.1 Streams iPhoto Videos To Apple TV; Updated iTunes App Brings Ping To iPad

November 13th, 2010 11:28 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

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Apple released iTunes 10.1 yesterday to add support for AirPlay and iOS 4.2.

Folks at 9to5Mac have discovered that iTunes 10.1 lets you stream iPhoto videos directly to the new Apple TV, which was only possible via Home Sharing earlier.

According to folks at 9to5Mac who spotted this unannounced feature first, all you need to do to use this feature is to go to the share menu on the iTunes menu bar, then click share photos, you will see the option to include videos as well now.

However, this feature will only work after Apple releases a firmware update for Apple TV 2G to add support for AirPlay. The feature is not available for first generation Apple TV users.

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Updated iTunes app for iPad:

Apple has also updated its iTunes application for the iPad. The updated iTunes app gets the Ping, Apple’s iTunes centric social network, which has been recently integrated with Twitter.

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To checkout Ping on the iPad, launch the updated iTunes application from your iPad’s homescreen and choose Ping from the list of tabs at the bottom of the screen.

As always, let us know what you think of these new features.

[via 9to5Mac

Source: iTunes 10.1 Streams iPhoto Videos To Apple TV; Updated iTunes App Brings Ping To iPad

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