∞ Apple brings MLB.tv and NBA League Pass to Apple TV

In addition to releasing iOS 4.3 on Wednesday, Apple also released Apple TV 4.3, a new version of the software for its home entertainment device.

[ad#Google Adsense 300x250 in story]We knew that Apple TV would bring some new AirPlay features, but the software also adds a couple of new Internet streams too. Apple TV now has access to NBA League Pass and MLB.tv.

With MLB.tv you can watch spring training games and all of the regular season games too. The channel will have live and archived and will be available in HD.

You can download the update Apple TV software on your device.



  • Anonymous

    MLB.tv has awful blackout restrictions for regular season games. I’d gladly fork over $120 each year to watch my team, but I’m not able to, so why bother?

  • Anonymous

    You realize what you’re saying, though: a lot of blackouts means infrequent sold-out games. Sounds fair to me if a team isn’t good enough to sell out their own park.

    • Anonymous

      You’re thinking of the NFL which, with its 16 game schedule, is understandable. Baseball teams play 162 games. It’s not fair to expect each and every one of those to be sold out. Even if they are, MLB doesn’t let me watch my team. For example, I follow the Phillies and live in the Philadelphia metro area. Every one of their home games was sold out last year, and yet I am not able to watch them through MLB.tv. Even if they are playing on the West Coast and are outside of the Philadelphia market, I am not allowed to watch them online. It’s ridiculous.