There are times when some simple FM radio is what you want to listen to on your iPhone. You might be tired of the same old playlists and songs or just enjoy the stations you listen to in your car and want them on your device.
With things that go beyond music, FM radio can give you shows to listen to from hosts you like, sports talk and games that you might not be able to watch on TV, and more. So, if you are ready to listen to FM radio on your iPhone, here’s how to do it.
The MLB postseason begins tomorrow, Oct. 2. Here's how to watch all of the games on your iPhone, iPad, or Apple TV.
Monday morning, NHL's app for iPhone, iPad and Apple TV has been redesigned and updated with fresh new content and features, including Apple Watch support and a no-spoiler option.
The Apple-owned headphone brand Beats by Dr. Dre yesterday announced a global marketing and merchandising partnership with the National Basketball Association (NBA).
Yesterday, Apple Australia posted new fast-paced “Close Your Rings” ads for Apple Watch on its official YouTube channel, challenging viewers to sit less, move more and get some exercise.
Apple on Friday released several new World Cup-themed videos through its official YouTube channel. As part of its continuing “Shot on iPhone” advertising campaign, the latest footage showcases soccer-themed videos captured by iPhone owners from all over the world.
CBS Corporation has extended its deal with the National Football League (NFL) to stream games via the CBS All Access service through 2022. Those games will also be streamed on mobile devices starting this season for the first time. This year’s package will also include Super Bowl LIII held in Atlanta's Mercedes-Benz Stadium.
When it launched the live news and live sports sections in its TV app, Apple also promised to bring additional content providers on board, and today they've made good on that promise by switching on live sports and live news content for customers in Canada.
Celebrating the first day of the World Cup, Apple released a bunch of soccer-themed photography ads via its official YouTube channel, highlighting special shooting modes that are available on iPhone such as burst mode, slo-mo video, panoramic photography and more.
We're now just a few days away from the World Cup, and Apple has announced that it has made it easier to follow along with the action using its devices and services. Siri, iBooks and Apple News have all been updated with new content for the big event.
The 21st FIFA World Cup is scheduled to take place in Russia from June 14 to July 15, 2018 so Apple's conveniently updated its Clips video-editing software for iOS with related content.
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.