How to Airplay for the iPod Touch: 4 Steps - MakeSureHow
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The Apple AirPlay feature allows you to quickly share content from an iPod to a nearby TV or set of speakers. Using AirPlay, you can stream photos, videos and music to a compatible device. You can also mirror the Safari app, which allows you to browse the Internet on a large screen. AirPlay works with an Apple TV or AirPlay-compatible speakers, and is a great way to enjoy your content with friends.

EditSteps

  1. 1
    Connect the iPod Touch to the same wireless network used by your Apple TV or wireless speakers. Tap "Settings," tap "Wi-Fi," move the option slider to the "On" position, and then choose your preferred network.
  2. 2
    Tap "Video," tap "Music," and then select "Photos" or "Safari" on the iPod's home screen. Open the content that you want to share on your TV or speakers.
  3. 3
    Touch the "AirPlay" icon, which is marked with a square and a triangle. A list of devices appears.
  4. 4
    Select your Apple TV or wireless speakers from the list of nearby devices. The content begins to stream from your iPod to the device.

EditWarnings

  • Information in this article applies to the Apple iPod Touch Fifth Generation running iOS 4.3 or later, Apple TV software version 4.2, and AirPort firmware 7.4.2 or later. It may vary slightly or significantly with other versions or products.

EditThings You'll Need

  • Apple TV (2nd or 3rd generation)

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