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Apple Redefines Sports Viewing Experience with Multiview Feature on Apple TV 4K

Apple has exciting news for sports enthusiasts and Apple TV 4K owners! The tech giant has just unveiled a new multiview feature that will take your game-watching experience to a whole new level. Now, you can indulge in the excitement of multiple sports games simultaneously, all from the comfort of your couch.

Designed with MLS Season Pass and Friday Night Baseball fans in mind, the multiview feature allows you to stream up to four different sports games at once. Whether you’re a die-hard Major League Soccer follower, a Friday Night Baseball enthusiast, or a fan of MLS 360 and MLB Big Inning life shows, Apple has got you covered.

The customization options in the Apple TV app give you the power to curate your multiview experience. Available live games are displayed at the bottom of your screen, and you can easily select the ones you want to watch. Apple offers various layout options for both two matches and multiple matches, so you can find the arrangement that suits your preferences. Plus, you have control over the audio settings, allowing you to immerse yourself in the commentary and atmosphere of your chosen games.

Switching back to a single screen is as simple as clicking a button. So, if you want to focus on one game or need a closer look at a particular match, Apple has made it effortless for you.

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While Apple hasn’t explicitly mentioned it, it’s possible that the multiview sports feature requires tvOS 16.5. This feature has been active during the tvOS 16.5 beta testing phase, and as of today, the new tvOS version is available for Apple TV users to upgrade and enjoy.

So, if you’re an Apple TV 4K owner and a sports fanatic, get ready to elevate your game-watching experience with Apple’s new multiview feature. Sit back, relax, and immerse yourself in the thrill of multiple sports games at the same time. With Apple, the future of sports entertainment is at your fingertips.

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