With the 2018 FIFA World Cup about to begin, Apple has revealed how you can catch up with the latest developments across the range of Apple services. Including the latest stats, scores, and how your favourite team is going.
The services in which Apple will be covering the event include Apple News, the App Store, Apple Music, Apple TV, and even Siri, Apple’s voice assistant. Which can be used across a range of Apple products from iPhone to iPad, Apple TV, and more.
Perhaps one of the easiest ways to get an answer to a question is by using Siri, Apple’s voice assistant. During the World Cup, you can ask for scores, schedules, standings and team rosters.
For example, simply say:
“When does France play Australia?”
“Who won the Argentina-Iceland match?”
“What teams are in group A?”
Apple TV Streaming
Apple TV, which can be used with any modern TV has an App Store which allows developers to build a range of apps. Optus Sport, an App created by Optus is where you can watch all the entire 2018 World Cup.
Optus Sport is the only place to watch all 64 games, live and on-demand. – Optus
More information can be found at Optus, including pricing and more. The App Store is available on the 4th-generation Apple TV, including the new Apple TV 4K.
Apple will also be delivering the latest from the World Cup via:
Apple News app – follow the drama of the tournament with up-to-date scores and schedules, a knockout bracket and profiles of the event’s key players from Eight by Eight magazine.
Apple Music – playlists for each of the 32 participating nations with the most exciting artists in each country as chosen by local teams.
Apple Podcasts – an editorial collection entitled “The Beautiful Game,” where users can check out shows like Jetty’s “Game of our Lives” and Gimlet’s “We Came to Win” that talk about the drama off the football field, as well as traditional, established sports podcasts like “Men in Blazers.”
Clips App – new soccer-themed graphics including animated stickers, labels and posters with customisable text.