Screen savers provide a visual delight when we leave our computer or laptop for a few seconds by displaying stunning designs or wide-angle images. We return to the displays we were working on after waking the computers from a long sleep. Lets Start How to Get New Apple TV Aerial Views Screensaver on Your Mac
If you thought that screensavers were only for computers and tablets, you should think again. The overhead screen savers on Apple TV are great. Then you can see New York, San Francisco, Hawaii and other places from the air. But on your Mac, you can see the same screensavers.
John Coates, an engineer, has a way to get the screen savers from Apple TV to work on Mac. He gives two quick and easy ways to run the screen savers. Once you have downloaded this file there are two things you can do:
Option A: When you open Aerial.saver OS X will ask if you want to install it.
How to Get New Apple TV Aerial Views Screensaver on Your Mac
- Start up your Mac and go to System what you want.
- Select Desktop and Screen Saver.
- Click Screen Saver now.
Choose a screen saver for your computer that you just loaded.
- Select on Screen Saver Options and click the pictures you want to show on your Mac screen.
Usually, Mac does all of these things, and it is best to let them happen. Aside from looking nice, the wallpaper has a unique feature: all of the aerial shots are loaded straight from Apple, so the user doesn’t have to do anything to keep them up to date. Instead Apple does it for them. You can also put different flyover shots on different screens.
Note that Aerial screen savers can be used with OS X Maverick or later.