NFL fans can now stream the regular season from their Apple TV devices with the Apple TV app.
The NFL’s postseason viewing experience will no longer be limited to traditional cable channels, and the Apple television app will now support Apple TV streaming for the playoffs, according to a release from the league.
The announcement comes just a week after the NFL’s owners approved a rule change that would allow games to be streamed on Apple TV from outside the league’s borders.
The new rule, which is still being reviewed by the NFLPA, would allow the broadcast of games that were broadcast live on Fox, NBC, CBS, or Fox Sports 1, as well as any other broadcaster.
Apple TV owners will be able to stream games in the Apple video app on an iPad, iPhone, or Mac as well.
The Apple TV has a 5.1-inch display, and it sports a resolution of 1080p.
However, the AppleTV does not support Apple’s new 3D support.
It’s a feature that’s expected to be included with future versions of the Apple Watch.
The Watch is the first Apple device to support 3D video.
With Apple TV, sports fans can watch games in a variety of different formats, including standard definition, 3D, and ultra HD, all at the same time.
The Apple TV supports streaming of games through the company’s Apple TV App.