It has long been rumored that Apple is actively producing a VR headset, developing its own car, and now... buying a world-renowned soccer team? First reported in the UK Daily Star, it's not clear what sources provided information about a potential deal. Should Apple proceed with a takeover of the so-called Red Devils, the team could have access to more funds than rival clubs Newcastle and Manchester City.
The 2022 FIFA World Cup kicks off on Sunday, November 20 in Qatar. As usual there are several ways to tune in to matches. Cable subscribers can access live World Cup soccer games on their devices by signing in to the FOX Sports: Watch Live app. For those without FOX or FS1 station access from a cable provider, there are several streaming services that fit the bill.
Catching all the sports action without a cable subscription, or when you're on the go can be difficult. Now fans can set up their favorite teams with My Sports in the Apple News app. With real-time scores, schedules, and news the My Sports section goes a long way towards keeping iPhone users up-to-date.
My Sports brings all of your favorite teams, players, and drivers together in one place. This Apple feature was launched initially in Australia, Canada, the US, and UK with iOS 16. Once My Sports is configured, it delivers all of the latest news, schedules, and scores for your favorites to apps across the Apple ecosystem.
Apple started broadcasting exclusive Major League Baseball content earlier this season. Every Friday, two regular season MLB games stream live on Apple TV+ and nowhere else. These games are available to all Apple TV+ subscribers across the US and several additional countries, along with live pre-game and post-game analysis.