Published On: Fri, May 11th, 2012

How to access purchased TV shows on iPhone and iPad

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Are you wondering about how to watch your purchased TV shows on iPhone or iPad? Apple has offered a great option but only for U.S citizens. Now you can re-download all your favorite shows any time on your iPhone, iPad, Mac or iOS windows. How you can re-download and stream already existing iTunes, TV shows purchases on your apple devices? This process is incredibly simple and easy.

1. Launch iTunes Store and open Quick Links section header. Now click on TV shows. There you can see entire history of your purchases.

 

On iPhone and iPod Touch: For iPod Touch and iPhone, use “Purchased” button in iTunes. Tap “TV Shows” and it will let you view a list of your purchased TV shows. Tap “All TV Episodes” button and there you can navigate through your library by episode and show. You can use the cloud download button to download your favorite stuff.

 On iPad: Open iTunes and then tap “Purchased” button in the lower right-hand side. Then tap “View” button on the upper left-hand side. Choose TV shows to browse entire library.

 On Apple TV: You will have to upgrade your software to 4.3 if you haven’t done it already. Open “Menu” , then “General” and next “Update Software”. You will get a new “Purchased” button on your other devices to watch it there as well.

TV Shows feature and music is available in U.S only. Hope Apple resolves issue of this location limitation in the near future. Your previously purchased TV Shows may not be in the list if these iTunes Store does not have these any longer.

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  1. KAITLINHudson27 says:

    That’s understandable that money makes people autonomous. But what to do when one does not have cash?

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