It looks like sports might be easier to follow in the Apple News app.
As reported by MacRumors, code found in the first developer beta of iOS 15.4 suggests that the company may be preparing to bring new sports-focused features to the Apple News app on iPhone. .
According to the report, the code hints at the idea that users can customize their sports experience inside the app by selecting their favorite sports leagues as well as their favorite teams. Once the selection is made, the app will provide news related to that particular user’s interests.
The code suggests that it might sync with the team pick feature in the Apple TV app, as it mentions “Sync Sports Favorites”. The Apple TV app offers up-to-the-minute scoring information, and it looks like Apple will also be bringing scores and sports highlights directly to the News app.
This function will allow sports fans to have a more in-depth overview of upcoming matches, game results and news related to their interests. It will also bring Apple News in line with other publications that already allow readers to get specific news about their favorite teams.
Recently, there have been many rumors surrounding Apple’s move deeper into the sports field. Recently, the company was rumored to be in “serious talks” to acquire the streaming rights to Major League Baseball. The company is also rumored to be working on a new Sportskit framework to enhance sports-related features on iOS, tvOS, and Siri.
Apple News is a free app on iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, and Mac that allows users to stay up to date with the latest news and topics that interest them. The company also offers Apple News+, a premium subscription service that gives users access to hundreds of magazines and newspapers.
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