I use Apple TV, and it has a service called “Find Apple TV” that will automatically look at a number of things like network performance and Wi-Fi connectivity and give you a warning if it thinks your device is no longer connected to the network.
It can tell you if it’s charging or not.
And it can tell your TV if it has been charged for a certain amount of time, if the TV is streaming, and if it is plugged in.
The service is only available to the Apple TV 2 and 3, though it is available to newer TVs that have Apple TV 4.
If you have an older Apple TV 3 or a 4, it will not work.
But you can get this information using the Find Apple TV feature on your iOS device, and the service can be turned off in Settings > System > General.
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