Apple TV 4K users can stream select college football games in 4K this season

Apple TV 4K with Siri Remote

The college football season just got a little more interesting.

FOX Sports is scheduled to be showing select games this season in 4K HDR, according to The Streamable.

Methods of streaming these games in 4K include using the FOX Sports and FOX NOW apps, as well as live TV streaming services fuboTV and YouTube TV.

For fuboTV users, they will have to have the Elite Plan at $79.99 a month to get 4K support and YouTube TV users will have to have the 4K Plus add-on that costs an additional $19.99 a month.

However, those that have cable, satellite, or other live TV streaming services with FOX and FS1 on it should be able to sign into the FOX Sports or FOX NOW apps and still be able to stream the select games in 4K.

People that have the Apple TV 4K will get to take full advantage of this opportunity since the device does obviously have support for 4K streaming.

Here is the schedule for those games FOX will be broadcasting in 4K:

Date

Game

Channel

9/1/22

Central Michigan @ Oklahoma State

FS1

9/1/22

Penn State @ Purdue

FOX

9/3/22

UTEP @ Oklahoma

FOX

9/10/22

Alabama @ Texas

FOX

9/10/22

Washington State @ Wisconsin

FOX

9/17/22

Oklahoma @ Nebraska

FOX

9/17/22

BYU @ Oregon

FOX

If you are wanting to know how to stream the entire 2022 college football season, click here.

Do you plan on streaming any of the games listed above in 4K HDR on your Apple TV 4K? Comment below or let us know on Twitter at @appleosophy.

David Becker
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