One of the least publicized features on both iPhone and Apple TV is the ability to watch sports and get live scores in Apple’s TV app. Here’s how you can catch up with your favorite sports and teams 365 days a year.
Keeping up with the playoffs doesn’t mean you need to commit several hours a day, in front of multiple TVs, watching every second of every game. Whether you’re looking for highlights or stats, brackets or scores, or even live streams of the games, the Stanley Cup Playoffs are right at your fingertips with these great iOS apps.
Disney’s first ever direct-to-consumer video streaming service launched today with 10,000 live sporting events, 180+ MLB and NHL games, thousands of college sports events, built-in DVR functionality and other perks, all in exchange for five bucks per month.
Turning on the radio in the morning to catch up on events is so last century: Siri can serve up local podcast-based audio news reports when asked about daily news via one of the supported hands-free methods. Here’s how to use Siri News.
Siri has just learned two new skills and will now be able to give you basic information about tennis and golf.
Users of the iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, and Mac can now query Siri about tennis, ahead of the Austrian Open starting up this weekend. Users can also ask Siri questions about golf, ahead of the Sony Open starting today in Hawaii.
Ahead of the release of iOS 11.2 and tvOS 11.2, a new Sports tab has appeared inside the TV app for beta testers. Apple promised the feature earlier this year, and it looks like we should see it finally land by the time the upcoming updates are released to the public.