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By Jason Snell for Macworld
My relationship with the new Apple TV got off to a rocky start last fall. From password entry issues to some serious quirks with the new Siri Remote, the long-awaited transition to an Apple TV that could run third-party apps was a letdown. But something funny has happened in the past few months: I’ve found myself using (and enjoying) the fourth-generation Apple TV a lot more than I did the previous generation. In an era where so many tech products offer a quick hit of excitement before fading into the background, the Apple TV has grown on me.