After teasing a underline behind in September, Apple is adding support for live news in a TV app on a iPhone, iPad and Apple TV — 9to5mac first spotted a new section. For now, it’s utterly singular as it usually supports a handful of channels for American users.
If you’re using a many new versions of iOS and tvOS, a underline should now be live. I’m using iOS 11.2.5 on my iPhone and a new territory is accessible but any additional update.
On a categorical ‘Watch Now’ tab, if we corkscrew past your ‘Up Next’ reserve and a tip recommendations, there’s a new ‘News’ section. It facilities 6 opposite live streams — CBS News, CNN, Fox News, Cheddar, CNBC and Bloomberg.
If we daub on one of those icons, it launches a live tide in any of those apps. The TV app uses deep-linking to go true to a live stream.
And if we don’t have a app yet, your device is going to ask we if we wish to download a app from a App Store. This new underline should expostulate downloads for those 6 companies.
Once we have those apps on your device, we can ask Siri “Hey Siri, let’s watch Bloomberg” so that we don’t even have to open a TV app in a initial place. Let’s wish Apple is going to move this live news underline to other countries.
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