Of course, Apple would prefer if you used a Mac alongside your i Phone or i Pad, but it isn't silly enough to assume that folks would give up their Windows PCs and go all-in on its hardware.As such, some of the core services you'll be using on those mobile devices are also available for Windows. It's a relatively easy way to share your i Phone or i Pad photos with your Windows 10 PC, once you've got it set up. This guide was originally published in August 2015, but we refreshed it for April 2017.
Fortunately, once it’s understood and configured, it’s easy, if a little time consuming, to manage.
My Apple TV serves as my home entertainment system so whenever music is playing, so is the slideshow.
Just recently, I decided to clean up my shared photo library and create a custom slideshow for the Thanksgiving guests that were visiting from out of town this year.
At this point you might be thinking that we’re all configured and it’s time to go to your television and crank up the Apple TV. – you’ll see something like this: Since i Tunes is the app that speaks directly to the Apple TV, by selecting your custom-made album from the list and checking the appropriate box, the Apple TV will be able to find it on the network.
Finally it’s time to move to your television and, in the Apple TV interface go to: To test your slide show, click your way back to the main screen and wait until the screen saver starts (5 minutes by default but can be changed in Settings).