Apple Remote with iPod and iPhone
If you connect your iPod to a home stereo, powered speakers or TV set, the Apple Remote lets you experience your songs, slideshows and more from across the room. Plug your iPod into the Universal Dock and choose a playlist, slideshow or video. Then sit back, relax and enjoy. Ready to move on to the next song? No need to get up. Just press the Next button on the Apple Remote. Getting a call on your iPhone? Press Pause, then pick up where you left off.
Apple Remote with Mac
The Apple Remote gives you total command of your music, photos, videos and DVDs from anywhere in the room. Turn up the volume. Shuffle. Skip to the next chapter on your DVD. Play a slideshow, a home movie you made in iMovie, even a film trailer.
What's in the Box?
- Apple Remote
- Battery (CR 2032)
- User Guide
Ratings & Reviews
3 Stars for a reason
I've had the previous generation of the Apple Remote and I prefer that to the new one. I find the new one big and no additional fe I've had the previous generation of the Apple Remote and I prefer that to the new one. I find the new one big and no additional features have been added. Would have been good to have the iPod Nano like click wheel feature added - however I guess Apple have been so focussed on the aluminium design that they couldn't have bothered upgrading it.
If you've never owned an Apple remote - you will probably like it. If you've got an older one, don't bother upgrading as it has zero, zilch, nada additional benefits over the older one. …
- Written by Zain S from GLASGOW
257 of 333 people found this useful
Just arrived this morning, was a bit hesitant in ordering as there were conflicting opinions if this would work with my mackbook 1 Just arrived this morning, was a bit hesitant in ordering as there were conflicting opinions if this would work with my mackbook 13 alu, fortunately once i waded through the large amount of packaging and the very large box it come in i just pointed at the mackbook and it went straight into frontrow, works like a charm straight out of the box 5 stars for apple product, 1 star for the amount of excessive packaging they sent it in, thought that they were supposed to be reducing packaging on all of their products?
Anyway works brilliantly now i can enjoy watching and listening to my music remotely, yes i know that you can do this with the iphone app it just looks so much better in front row, again 5 stars for apple. …
- Written by chris F from canterbury
125 of 150 people found this useful
The first thing I thought when I saw this remote was: it's huge! Well, not exactly huge, but about 40% longer than the previous ge The first thing I thought when I saw this remote was: it's huge! Well, not exactly huge, but about 40% longer than the previous generation and approximately the same width. Has a pleasingly solid feel and excellent quality construction, but not ideal if you just want a small lightweight clicker that's easy to slip in your pocket, hence the lower rating. …
- Written by Keith W from Leamington Spa
116 of 166 people found this useful
I'm very disappointed that this product doesn't work on the MacBook Pro with Retina display. The fact that it is hardly even menti I'm very disappointed that this product doesn't work on the MacBook Pro with Retina display. The fact that it is hardly even mentioned anywhere on this website led me to purchase it, and while having good expectations about it, it turned out to be a useless piece of junk! …
- Written by Luis R from London
13 of 14 people found this useful
When is an Apple product not an Apple product?
...When not enough thought has gone into it.
Not a lot to say. Functions well is but missing the useability that's ubiquitous ...When not enough thought has gone into it.
Not a lot to say. Functions well is but missing the useability that's ubiquitous with Apple products. Most annoyingly, sat in bed watching Apple TV with my missus, I have the noisiest remote control ever, the button click is so loud!
In summary. Not slick, not that useable. Noisy. Basic. If Apple only made remotes it would disappearing very soon, Please improve. You reinvented the mobile phone, please improve this basic device; not everyone wants to use their iPhone especially when relaxing in the home cinema room. …
- Written by Dan W from Herne Bay
1 of 1 people found this useful
I wish there was a zero star option!
This is simply the worst apple device I have ever purchased. Nearly all of the positive reviews come from when Front Row was inclu This is simply the worst apple device I have ever purchased. Nearly all of the positive reviews come from when Front Row was included. I've never seen or used front frontrow, but from the reviews, without front row (is not included, and there doesn't appear to be a way of purchasing it) the remote is irritating and extremely limited; that is assuming you can get anything other than play and skip to work. I really dislike it and wish I could get my money back.
For a modern MACBook owner this remote is 'poo' don't waste your time or money. …
- Written by OMAR P from Bushey
4 of 4 people found this useful
Questions & Answers
Answers from the community
Which Products have an IR port?
- Asked by Benjamin S from Charlestown
Check Preferences, Security, General. IF you have an option to turn on and off a remote then you hav Check Preferences, Security, General. IF you have an option to turn on and off a remote then you have an IR port and the remote should work …
- Answered by Cassius Z from San Diego
Does the apple remote work with the macbook pro with retina display?
- Asked by Alex B from Lancaster
No as all retina MacBook Pros do not have an IR receiver.
- Answered by George S from Milford
Will there be instructions how to sync with existing apple tv?
- Asked by Gail R from Littleton
Search for pair Apple TV remote. You'll need to unpair the lost remote first.
- Answered by Rajesh K
Does the Apple remote work with ppt and keynote?
- Asked by Pandrang R from Bangalore
Unfortunately no because today's Mac and Macbook's do not have an IR (infer-raid) sensor. The Apple Unfortunately no because today's Mac and Macbook's do not have an IR (infer-raid) sensor. The Apple TV Remote uses the IR connection. But, you can use a Bluetooth clicker …
- Answered by Arvin M from North Vancouver
Is that a scroll wheel, or normal directional pad?
- Asked by Javier D from Philadelphia
the black ring is a directional pad.
- Answered by Pete M from Vancouver