With the NBA app on Apple Vision Pro, basketball fans can stream
up to five broadcasts live or on demand with Multiview, keep an
eye on real-time player and team stats, and effortlessly glance at
other games and scores. MLB immerses users in a ballpark with a
view from home plate and stats from each pitch. Red Bull TV
displays 3D maps of races paired with high-quality video and
immersive environments. And soccer fans can access MLS Season Pass
on the Apple TV app, home of Major League Soccer. With compatible
apps from top cable services — including Charter Spectrum,
Comcast Xfinity, Cox Contour, Sling TV, and Verizon Fios — and
sports broadcasters — including ESPN, CBS, Paramount+, NBC, NBC
Sports, Peacock, FOX Sports, and the UFC — Vision Pro users
always have the best seat in the house.
Alongside Disney+, top entertainment apps have taken advantage of
the unique capabilities of Apple Vision Pro to offer all-new ways
for viewers to view their favorite movies, shows, and more. IMAX
delivers an awe-inspiring viewing experience for 2D and 3D
content, featuring popular documentaries such as Deep Sky in
IMAX’s expanded aspect ratio.
Warner Bros. Discovery’s Max features hit movies and series, fresh
originals, family favorites, breaking news, and live sports, with
select titles available in 4K and Spatial Audio with Dolby Atmos.
“With the Max app for Apple Vision Pro, fans can transform their
space using the Iron Throne Room environment for an immersive
experience that brings viewers into the iconic Red Keep,” said
Casey Bloys, Chairman and CEO of HBO and Max Content. “The
intricate Targaryen-era adornments will make fans feel like
they’re watching the programming available on Max in Westeros
during the height of their reign.”
For all the (justifiable!) attention paid to Netflix and YouTube’s decisions to completely eschew the platform at launch, the truth is there are a lot of native VisionOS apps at launch, and zillions of compatible iPad apps. And a great calculator app and a great calendar app.
(Apple has no built-in Calculator app in VisionOS, and the built-in Calendar app is the iPad app in compatibility mode, making PCalc and Fantastical the only native apps of their respective kinds in the App Store at launch.)