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Apple TV: Losing the tiny remote can be a big headache

 
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MessagePosté le: Mer 16 Fév - 10:22 (2011)    Sujet du message: Apple TV: Losing the tiny remote can be a big headache Répondre en citant



We love the Apple TV's incredibly small and sleek design, but it's worth remembering that Apple's minimalist design ethos has its trade-offs. A friend recently e-mailed about her ordeal after losing her Apple TV's remote:

We're always quick to point out that the Apple TV can be controlled with other iOS devices, but if the remote goes missing and you haven't turned on Home Sharing yet, you're out of luck. DCUO Cash(In fact, if you have an Apple TV, it's a good idea to make sure you turn on Home Sharing now, before your remote goes missing.) Also, the Remote app workaround isn't really a suitable backup plan, since not every Apple TV owner necessarily owns an iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch that can be used when you can't find the included remote.

Personally, I think the ability to navigate the Apple TV via iTunes would mostly eliminate the problem. (I like the tiny remote.) And because the Apple TV's menu system is already designed with the basic rift power levelingremote in mind, all you'd need it is a simple onscreen remote with a directional pad, and OK, menu, and play/pause buttons.

I know this info makes me sound like a 80-year-old woman who yearns for the days of VCRs and is primarily interested in large-font crossword puzzles, but I am a tech-savvy lady in herDCUO Cash twenties who owns a slew of Apple products. The Apple TV is great and I loved it but I shouldn't have to dedicate 4-5 hours of troubleshooting because I lost my remote. If I had that problem in 1990, I would just work my TV manually until I was at CVS and could pick up a $10 universal remote. With the Remote app and all this modern technology, I should not be wishing for the ease of VCR days.

Though it's easy to focus on the shortcomings of the Apple TV, you'd run into similar problems with essentially all of the Apple TV's competitors. The Roku XDS, Boxee Box, and Sony rift platinumSMP-N100 all lack navigation controls on the device. You can get smartphone control working on a Roku XDS without the original remote, but you need the Roku's IP address to set it up. And the easiest way to find its IP address is...using the original remote to browse to the "info" screen in the Settings menu.

Luckily my friend's story had a happy ending: the "Mac Genius" wound up giving her a new Applerift power leveling TV remote for free. (A generous concession, since a replacement remote normally costs $19.) But even though things eventually worked out, she seemed less enthusiastic about her Apple TV and modern gadgets in general.


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