Apple TV adds multiview for live sports

Apple today added multi-view functionality for watching live sports on Apple TV 4K. You can now watch up to four live streams. Previously, multi-view options for Apple’s set-top box were limited to third-party services such as FuboTV, YouTube TV and March Madness streams.

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Apple TV+ users have additional benefits

After selecting a compatible match, other available live games will appear at the bottom of the screen in the app Apple TV. There you can adjust whether to watch one stream prominently or two to four matches on a split screen. Plus, it lets you choose what audio you hear, including home radio broadcasts for MLS and home or away sources for Friday Night Baseball. Finally, you can switch to full-screen mode with one click if the stream requires your full attention.

The MLS season pass will cost $15 per month as a subscription to watch and use multiview. Apple TV+ subscribers pay just under $13 per month or $79 per season. In addition, Apple is offering a one-month trial for new and returning subscribers until the end of October. Meanwhile, Friday Night Baseball is available to all Apple TV+ subscribers.

Source: Engadget

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