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Apple’s TV app is set to take a big step forward early next month. According to a new report from 9to5Mac, live sports integration is likely to arrive in Apple’s TV app early next month.
Apple rounded out its Friday developer beta updates with tvOS 11.2 Developer Beta 4 for Apple TV.
Back in September, when Apple officially unveiled the Apple TV 4K (and iPhone X), the company also confirmed some important additions coming to the Apple TV app.
Apple’s TV app is about to become a lot more useful for sports fans. We’re hearing that integration with live sports in the TV app is set to arrive next month. Apple demoed this feature for its TV app on tvOS with Apple TV back in September; the TV app on iPhone and iPad will also include live sports integration when it ships.
According to a Nielsen report, 58.7% of U.S. TV households have at least one connected device, which include smart TVs, video game consoles and streaming boxes like the Roku or Apple TV. For
Earlier this year, Apple launched support for 4K High Dynamic Range content in the iTunes Store, which can be viewed on devices like the 10.5-inch iPad Pro, iPhone X, and the Apple TV 4K.
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DirectTV Now is offering a free Apple TV 4K to customers who sign up for fourth months of its streaming TV service for an upfront cost of $140. The model being given away as part of the offer is an entry level 32GB Apple TV 4K, which usually retails at $179. Direct TV’s monthly “Live