Now that NCAA Tournament brackets have been filled out, it's time to follow all of the action. Keep up with the latest March Madness games by streaming live from almost anywhere. Games will be broadcast across several different TV networks in 2022 starting today. CBS, TNT, and truTV are slated to carry the men's tournament, with limited coverage also available on NCAA.com. Games can be watched on any Apple device, including the iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, and Mac.
March Madness has arrived. The annual NCAA tournament brings college basketball into homes across the nation as fans anxiously watch their brackets for success or failure. Watching every round of March Madness from anywhere with a data connection is possible with the iPhone or iPad. Apple TV owners can also enjoy games streaming live right on their devices.
This week Apple fired up its 24-7 music video channel, Apple Music TV. The live streaming service is free to watch, and includes live shows, world premieres, music videos, and more. US-based customers can see Apple Music TV in the Apple TV app or the Apple Music app. The channel can also be seen by launching Apple TV via apple.co/applemusictv.
Full resolution 4K video is available for YouTube on iOS 14 and iPadOS 14. Even the Apple TV 4K has finally received 2160p YouTube support with the launch of tvOS 14. Not all videos on the streaming service offer the maximum resolution, with many topping out at HD quality.
Autoplaying video seems to be everywhere nowadays, and this fall the feature made its debut on the Apple TV and Apple TV 4K. With tvOS 13, Apple has added new apps such as Apple Arcade, and Apple TV+ original content to its streaming player. Video previews start playing automatically on the Apple TV home screen by default.