How to watch Super Bowl XLIX live on your iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple TV

“Super Bowl XLIX with the Seahawks vs. the Patriots kicks off this weekend on February 1st,” Jordan Kahn reports for 9to5Mac.

How to watch the game:

iPhone: NFL Mobile app
• iPad: NBC Sports Live Extra app
• Mac/Apple TV: (use AirPlay to send to Apple TV)
International: NFL Game Pass
At the game: Super Bowl Stadium app

Read more in the full article here.


    1. Apple fans should be able to relate, since Apple users have often been only about 4.5% of the population. If you don’t think people should care about the NFL, then you must be one of those people who thinks no one should care about Apple.

    2. Unlike you, who doesn’t seem to like the US, I just don’t like football. The commercials are the only reason for me to watch the Super Bowl. (Occasionally half time, but not Katy Perry this year.) I doubt the commercials will be played online, so this isn’t for me, either.

    1. They can’t block AirPlay. AirPlay mirroring is controlled by your phone and not be the app. An app can not support AirPlay but you would still be able to mirror your phone . Good concern but I think you won’t have any problems .

  1. I enjoy football as well as watching a lot of other world sports. What I usually don’t enjoy is the blathering of all the “expert commentators”. That’s where DVR is a great tool for any show actually.

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