Give iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch some airtime. With AirPlay, you can wirelessly stream content from iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch to widescreen TV via Apple TV.1 So if you want to watch a movie stored on one of devices, you don’t need to buy or rent it again to watch it on the best screen in the house. You can also stream home movies, photos, or videos from websites and AirPlay-enabled apps. And with AirPlay Mirroring, you can display the screen of iPad or iPhone 4S on HDTV.2 So when you tap, swipe, pinch, or play something, it shows up on the big screen — ideal for sharing entertainment with friends or showing off gaming skills (or lack thereof). HD movies. Always the best seat in the house. With Apple TV, you get instant access to buy or rent the hottest HD movies — many in 1080p and often available the same day they come out on DVD.4 That’s perfect for spontaneous movie nights (or afternoons or mornings). Search by top movies, title, or genre. Can’t decide? Read reviews, watch trailers, and check out Rotten Tomatoes ratings. Or let Genius make a recommendation based on movies you’ve watched before. Then pick a flick, press Play, and in seconds you’re watching the opening credits in theater-like Dolby Digital 5.1 surround.5 Watch from spring training to postseason. Have an MLB.TV subscription?6 Watch games live and in HD on TV. Or replay any regular season game on demand from the archives. Don’t have a subscription? You can still get team schedules, real-time scores, stats, and standings — free. All the clips and pics you love. Play all those funny or fascinating videos you come across on YouTube and Vimeo. Browse friends’ Flickr photos. Watch HD podcasts. And listen to Internet radio through home speakers. Apple TV makes anything you find on the web hugely entertaining. Play content from Mac or PC on the big screen. Get everyone in on the birthday pics, vacation videos, or party mixes. Click Computers on the Apple TV menu to stream photos, home videos, and music collection from Mac or PC. Get more control with the Remote app. Control Apple TV using iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. Download the Remote app for free from the App Store. And with a flick of finger, you can rent new movies and TV shows, scroll through the Netflix catalog, and browse media collection. Remote uses the same easy-to-use interface you already use to browse music and video on Multi-Touch devices. So right away, you know how to navigate. If you want to find something specific, use device’s QWERTY keyboard to quickly tap out the title instead of clicking letters on the Apple TV screen. Then keep tapping to play, fast forward, rewind, and pause to finger’s content. Netflix streaming. Browse and play movie and TV favorites. From classics to recent Hollywood blockbusters, Netflix on Apple TV lets you watch even more movies and TV shows in 1080p HD and Dolby Digital 5.1 surround sound when available.7 Apple TV organizes the huge catalog of streaming titles from Netflix so you can find what you want fast. Since Apple TV lets you access Netflix account — and even subscribe to Netflix — directly from HDTV, you can enjoy more of favorite entertainment any time you want. iTunes Match. If you’re an iTunes Match subscriber, you can access entire music collection from iCloud — including songs you’ve imported from CDs — right from Apple TV. Play whole collection on Apple TV or any iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, or computer for just $24.99 a year.9 iTunes Match has an amazing scan-and-match feature: All the songs in iTunes library are scanned and then matched with those available on the iTunes Store. Matched songs are instantly added to iCloud with no uploading needed. Any remaining songs are automatically uploaded from computer to iCloud.