Apple TV 4K users will be in for quite the home run of a night this week.
Starting at 8 p.m. ET, Tuesday, July 18, on FOX, the 2022 MLB All-Star Game between the American League and National League will be taking place.
Those that have an Apple TV 4K will be able to stream the game in 4K.
The best way to do that will be for those that have a live TV streaming service like YouTube TV, fuboTV, Hulu with Live TV, DirecTV Stream, or Sling TV.
As long as the person has one of those live TV streaming services listed above and has access to their local FOX station through them, then all they will have to do is download the FOX Sports app onto their Apple TV 4K, sign in with their TV provider credentials, and once that goes through, they will get live access in 4K to this year’s MLB All-Star Game.
According to The Streamable, this is how FOX will be broadcasting the game live:
“FOX will deliver the MLB All-Star Game in 4K, High Dynamic Range (HDR). Highlighted by more than 50 1080p HDR cameras, 75 microphones, and a pair of the popular “Megalodon” cameras, the All-Star Game production arsenal looks to capture every sight and sound of the game, including two-way conversations between players on the field and the FOX Sports booth and the introduction of advanced ball-tracking technology.”
If you do not have an Apple TV 4K but are very much interested in buying one, Best Buy is currently selling the newest 32GB Apple TV 4K for just $129.99, which is a savings of $50. It is also selling the 64GB version for $149.99 which is $50 off the regular price too.
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