On the one hand, it will give a little more attention to "For You" section: Apple has never detailed how much it is used compared to the rest of Apple News but I'm guessing less than what's at the top of the app when you first open it. Not long after adding a dedicated sports section to the Apple TV app, the company will now be rolling out a "News" section as well.
People can use the TV app to watch live news from outlets like CBS News, CNN, Fox News, CNBC, and Bloomberg on iPhones, iPads and the Apple TV streaming device. The TV app uses your Single Sign-On login credentials to log you into each of those apps, making it seamless to set up multiple different news sources.
Record-breaking drone show lights up Winter Olympics opening ceremony
You might remember a similar spectacle at Lady Gaga's 2017 Super Bowl half-time show, but that only involved about 300 drones. The drones are controlled through an automated software program, though they do have one pilot for backup, Intel said.
In addition to the new section on the TV app, Apple has also added Siri functionality that will allow users to access the live streams via voice commands. In the United States, the additions provide easy access to both text and video news, though only a handful of partners are now featured.
The Olympics coverage section is found within the "For You" tab of Apple News.
Swansea streak reaches 9 with Burnley win
Never the less, Burnley now sit seventh in the Premier League table and always promise a tough test against any oppositions. Burnley are without a Premier League win in nine games (D5 L4), the longest current winless run in the division.
According to 9to5Mac who first noted the feature was live, you'll need iOS 11.2.5 and tvOS 11.2.5 for it to pop up on your device. For instance, simply say "Play CNN" to immediately jump to the live feed in the CNN application.
Colts to hire Eagles Frank Reich as new head coach
Highly respected quarterbacks coach John DeFilippo left the Eagles to become the Minnesota Vikings' next offensive coordinator. Frank Reich will be the new head coach for the Indianapolis Colts , reports 24-Hour News 8's Anthony Calhoun.