The NFL’s latest 4K streaming service, the NFL 4K Live TV app, will come to Apple TV on March 10.
The app lets users stream any NFL game, and the league’s own NFL Network broadcasts as well.
The NFL’s announcement was met with a mix of praise and skepticism.
The streaming service will be available to all Apple TV users at no extra cost.
This is not the case for the NFL Network.
While the app is free to download for all NFL fans, those who pay $9.99 a month will pay $5.99 for the service.
The new NFL app also will be made available for Apple TV, Apple TV Remote, and Apple TV Pro.
The latter will let users use a remote to control a device connected to the TV.
The service will also come to other Apple TV devices including the Amazon Fire TV Stick and Apple Cinema 4K.
Apple says that the service will work with most TVs that support 4K HDR, including the Fire TV S4, Fire TV 4K, Fire TVs 2, and Fire TV 3.
Users can also stream the NFL to other devices like Apple TV and Apple Watch, and on a few older devices.
The company also plans to support 4k streaming for Apple TVs.
The service will include a full HD resolution of 4K video.
The app will also be compatible with Apple’s new HomeKit home automation technology, which will make it easy to control your devices from your home.
Apple TV owners will also get a free month of the NFL app and the new NFL Network app when they sign up for an Apple TV account.