How to make a celebrity watch party
Apple Watch vs. Watch: Which is better?
You can now watch live TV in the Apple Watch, and you can watch live video on the Apple TV, but Apple Watch doesn’t support HD streaming.
And it can’t stream live sports, so you’ll have to stream it via your cable provider or through your phone.
If you’re using an Apple TV or a connected TV set, you’ll need to use a third-party app to stream live TV.
The Watch vs Watch Party app is not yet available for Android, and the app is also currently only available on the iOS App Store.
So, if you’re looking to watch live tv on an Apple Watch without the hassle of getting cable, you might want to wait for the Watch Party.
Apple Watch owners can now use the Watch party to stream their favorite shows to the AppleTV or Apple TV Stick, while Apple Watch users can also watch shows on a connected Apple TV via the Watch app or through the Watch Watch Party App.
Both apps will support the same apps, like ESPN, ABC, ESPN2, ESPNU, NBA TV, MLB, MLB Network, and many others, so there’s no reason you can’t use the same watch party app to watch shows in all the apps on the same device.
But it doesn’t appear that Apple Watch or AppleTV owners will be able to use the AppleWatch’s built-in music player, which would let you play music from your iPod.
But, with the WatchParty app, you can also access Apple’s music service through the Apple TVs remote, and then use the app to play the same songs you can access through the streaming app.
The only downside to the Watchparty app is that you can only stream songs via the app, not via the Apple Music app.
For more on the Watch vs Apple Watch debate, see this roundup of posts.