Apple is releasing a new beta for Apple TV 4K that allows users to stream up to four different sports at once. The multi-display feature appears in tvOS 16.5 beta.
The feature is only available for Apple’s sports offerings. For example, users can watch several Major League Soccer matches at the same time. While some games are free to watch, MLS Season Pass requires a paid subscription.
It’s not clear when the functionality will be available to all users and if the multi-view option will also come to other sports apps on the Apple TV 4K at a later date. For now, the update seems to be of interest mainly to Apple TV users in the US, who can also watch Friday Night Baseball in addition to Major League Soccer.
Matches are displayed in a grid on the screen, TechCrunch reports. When watching a match, users are given the option to add another match via a button. It is also possible to adjust the format of the displayed matches, so that one is displayed larger than the other. Siri Remote can be used to select the game the user wants to hear the audio from.
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