Although Apple's online documentation for connecting a Bluetooth keyboard to a second- or third-generation Apple TV is geared toward its own wireless keyboard model, the company does state that "third-party Bluetooth keyboards that use the Apple keyboard layout may also be compatible.
What does ATV stand for?
ATV stands for Apple TV (television appliance)
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- Information technology (IT) and computers
- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 88 other meanings of ATV in our Acronym Attic
- Akaryakit Tuketim Vergisi (Turkish Fuel Consumption Tax)
- All Terrain Vehicle
- All the Virology on the WWW (World Wide Web; website)
- Allgemeine Technische Vertragsbedingungen für Bauleistungen (German: General Technical Specifications in Construction Contracts; Germany)
- Alternativ Til Vold (Norwegian: Alternative to Violence)
- Amateur Television (Ham radio service)
- Analog Television
- Anterior Thoracic Vertebrae
- Aomori Television Broadcasting Co., Ltd. (Japan)
- Appareils de Transformation de Vitesse (French: Processing Speed Devices)
- Arbeidstijdverkorting (Dutch: reduction of working hours)
- Ariane Transfer Vehicle
- Armored Trooper Votoms (anime)
- Asia Television Limited (Hong Kong)
- Associated Television (UK)
- Asymmetric Time-Varying
- Atazanavir (antiviral medication)
- Atlantic Television (Canada)
- Authority to Vote (various locations)
- Authorization to Verify (finance)
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However, only users who have access to Apple's browser or a Mac, an iOS device or an Apple TV will be able to view it.
Apple has sold its Apple TV box for several years, but it does not carry live television and the company has consistently described it as 'a hobby,' The Telegraph reports.
New York (AirGuide - Global Travel Technology Alert) May 17, 2012 Survey: Many iPhone users would be interested in Apple TV sets Almost half of the 6,000 iPhone owners surveyed in Europe and the U.
INTERNET BUSINESS NEWS-(C)1995-2011 M2 COMMUNICATIONS 10 March 2011 -- US technology group Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) has sealed deals with the Major League Baseball (MLB) and the National Basketball Association (NBA) that will allow users of Apple TV to watch league games, the Financial Times reports.
optimistically expecting its Apple TV sales to exceed one million units soon, Taiwanese parts suppliers and manufacturers for the devices are likely to report robust shipment growth on the hot-seller, according to industry sources.
Although the latest version of Apple TV has been significantly improved and Apple continues to deliver a strong user experience, Erickson remains doubtful.