Multivew on Apple TV 4K lets you watch four simultaneous matches at once, quickly switch between quad-screen, split-screen and fullscreen views, and so on.
The iOS 16.5 release notes mention enhancements like a new wallpaper, but Siri screen recording that was present in betas is nowhere to be seen.
Browse sports news for the teams, leagues and athletes you follow through a new tab at the bottom of Apple’s News app on the iPhone, iPad and Mac.
Learn how to subscribe to the MLS Season Pass through the Apple TV app, what packages are available, how much they cost and what you get for your money.
With the World Cup now over, all eyes turn onto another great soccer competition: the Champions League. The first leg of the round of 16 will officially kick off on February 14th, 2023, with AC Milan playing Tottenham, and PSG competing against Bayern Munich.
With dozens of games taking place over the course of several months, it won't be that easy to keep track of schedules, and scores. One of the best ways to keep an eye on the fixtures is to subscribe to the 2023 Champions League calendar. In this post, we will show you how to add the Champions League schedule to your calendar app.
MLS Season Pass is coming to Apple's TV app, providing a special discounted price for Apple TV+ subscribers of $12.99/month and $79/season.
Apple Music has replaced Pepsi as the primary sponsor of the Super Bowl Halftime Show in a multi-year partnership agreement with the National Football League (NFL).
Apple TV+ debuted at $4.99 per month, and, for what it's worth, the company hasn't changed the price for the video streaming service. But, that doesn't mean the price points remain the same for the primary competitors out there in the wild, unfortunately. And, sure enough, another price hike is in the works for a pair of popular options.
The scheduled “Friday Night Baseball” games are free to stream on Apple TV+ on any device with the iPhone maker's TV app, with no need for a subscription.
All “Friday Night Baseball” games in August are free on Apple TV+, with game assignments for broadcasters to be announced every week.
A lot of people like watching sporting events from home, especially when it comes to National Football League games. It's a pretty big deal! Which is why it makes sense why Apple would want to try and lock down the streaming rights to a lot of those games, so it can get even more subscribers to Apple TV+. And it sounds like we'll finally know whether or not that will become a reality pretty soon.
Apple has announced that it will be offering streams of all Major League Soccer matches globally through its TV app for the next ten years, starting in 2023.