How to Get New Apple TV Aerial Views Screensaver on Your Mac

Set Aerial images of San Francisco, New York, Hawaii and others on your Mac from Apple TV. Follow a simple procedure mentioned here and spice up the dull desktop.

Screen savers always give our eyes a visual treat when we see those beautiful designs or panoramic views after we leave our computer or laptop untouched for a few moments. When we shake the systems from deep slumber, we are back to the screens we were working on.

If you think that screensavers were limited only to laptops & computers, think twice. Apple TV has got awesome aerial screen savers; you can enjoy aerial views of New York, San Francisco, Hawaii and more. But you can view exactly the same screensavers on your Mac.

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How to Get Apple TV Aerial Views Screensaver on Mac

John Coates, a developer, provides solution to bring the Apple TV’s screen savers to Mac; John gives two quick and simple solutions to install the screensavers. First off, download the Aerial.saver screensaver file from GitHub.

Once you download this file, follow the two options:

Option A: Open Aerial.saver and OS X will ask if you’d like it installed.

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How to Get New Apple TV Aerial Views Screensaver on Your Mac

Step #1. Open System Preferences on your Mac.

Click on System Preferences in Mac

Step #2. Click on Desktop & Screen Saver.

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Step #3. Now click on Screen Saver.

Select Aerial screen saver you have installed very recently.

Select Aerial Screen Saver in Mac Preferences

Step #4. Click on Screen Saver Options and specify which images you want to view.

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Aerial ScreenSaver Options

Normally, Mac does go through all this procedure, and it is advisable to let this happen. Apart from its visual appeal, the screensaver has a unique feature: all aerial shots are loaded directly from Apple and therefore, user doesn’t have to update them manually as they are automatically updated by Apple. Moreover, you can fix different aerial shots on multiple displays.

Note that you can run Aerial screen savers on OS X Maverick or later versions. Share your thoughts with us in comment, on Facebook, Twitter and Google Plus.

Jignesh Padhiyar
Jignesh Padhiyar is the founder of who has a keen eye for news, rumors and all the unusual stuff that happens around iPhone and iPad.


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