With just one week until the exciting iTunes Festival kicks off in London, featuring a number of prominent and critically acclaimed artists and singers, including Calvin Harris, David Guetta, Tony Bennett, Pharrell Williams, The Script and more, Apple has added an official iTunes Festival channel to Apple TV so that users can live stream the concert through the set-top box throughout September.
In early August, it was revealed that the NFL Now app would be launching in the same month for Apple TV. Now, two weeks later, the app is officially available for Apple’s set-top box.
Back in February of this year, the Cupertino-based company ran a quick promotion for anyone who was thinking about buying an Apple TV, sweetening the deal with a bundled $25 iTunes gift card. They’re back at it again, this time with an eye towards the iTunes Festival in London.
The NFL Now app that was revealed just a few days ago is now official, and if you own an iOS-based device with iOS 7 or later, or have a current Apple TV sitting nearby, you can access the deepest NFL video library anywhere whenever you want. Plus, plenty of other bonuses for NFL fans out there.
It has been six weeks since ABC launched their ABC News channel for Apple TV, and now the company has come forward to showcase just how well the channel has been adopted by Apple TV owners.
Apple has added threeÂ new channels to the Apple TV this afternoon, includingÂ the financial news channel CNBC and FOX NOW network.Â Just last week, it was rumored that the Apple TV would receive FXNOW and Simpsons World content within 12 months.
Apple TV was gifted with a major content update at the end of June, with new channels for ABC News, PBS kids and others being introduced. Now, a new report suggests that another major brand could be launching for Apple’s set-top box within a year’s time.