Apple Live News Section Now Available in TV App


Tech publication 9to5Mac spotted the update late Thursday, and noted that people must install the latest versions of iOS and tvOS (the Apple TV operating system) in order to view the broadcasts. On iOS, and at least with CNN on the Apple TV, the app is installed without a trip to the App Store, after which you are taken directly to the app to begin watching the news.

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The news feature is rolling out to US users running the latest version of iOS and tvOS, offering live streaming news from several news networks, including CBS News, CNN, Fox News, Cheddar, CNBC, and Bloomberg. "The TV app shows you what to watch next and easily discover TV shows and movies from many apps in a single place".

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The live news feature is rolling out to USA users running the latest version of iOS and tvOS. Following the addition of a dedicated Sports section a few months ago, users can now use the TV app to access live streaming news content from several different sources... The new feature also works with Siri using commands like 'Watch CNBC'. For example, you can say "Play Bloomberg" or "Watch CNN". It appears to be live for users running the latest iOS 11.2.5 and tvOS 11.2.5 releases.

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The TV app was originally for the United States only, but reached Australia and Canada last September and has now arrived in France, Germany, Norway, Sweden, and the UK. Try it out and let me know how you like it.