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November 3, 2009 10:30pm ET - 1 comment
Tags: apple, itunes, internet radio
Nearly two months after the release of iTunes 9, Apple has released a major update to the software that runs its set-top box, Apple TV. The new Apple TV 3.0 software offers a number of new features, but our favorite is the option to stream Internet radio to the media device. All iTunes Radio stations, including Distortion Radio, are available to stream. The new Internet radio feature allows users to add favorite stations, which will then show up at the top of the list of station options. Of course, there's really only one streaming radio station that we recommend adding to your list!

Existing Apple TV owners can download the Apple TV 3.0 Software update directly to the device for free by accessing Settings > General > Update Software. The 160GB Apple TV is available from the Apple Store, Apple's retail stores, and Apple Authorized Resellers for a suggested retail price of $229 USD.
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r4 dsi says:

My biggest issue is the fact that video quality is poor, but that is an iTunes issue, not AppleTV. I'd have to expect Apple to address this issue by making HD video content available soon.

posted Dec 23 2009 1:45 AM