Apple TV broadcast live the presentation of Leo Messi as a new Inter Miami FC and MLS player. The result was a complete disaster.
It seems that subscribers to Apple TV and the MLS Season Pass They are going to have to eat Leo Messi even in the soup, and it is that both Apple and Adidasas well as the money from both companiesthey had together much to do with landing the best soccer player on the planet at Inter Miami FC and in the North American Major League Soccer.
Taking Messi and his family to Miami cost a lot of money, so in the complete catalog of Apple TV Plus surely they want get the most out of the star from Rosario, Argentinasomething for which without a doubt they will have to improve a lot if they want to accommodate the huge number of new subscribers.
And it is that indeed, as our classmates told us, I do morethe live broadcast of Messi’s presentation as a player for Inter Miami FC he was all a mess of failuressound problems, Apple TV platform outages and some additional problems, and that the ball star has not yet started kicking the ball.
It is true that not everything was Apple’s fault, and it is that the weather in Fort Lauderdale was not very supportive to an event that had initially been set for 6:30 p.m., but had to be delayed for a couple of hours due to the heavy rain accompanied by electric appliance that hit the Florida city.
Finally, Messi came to Apple TV although with problems, and it is that the exclusive broadcast was plagued by glitches and spotty coverage both in the image and in the audio, something of which the multiple users subscribed to the service transmission from Apple complained bitterly in social networks.
To show a couple of buttons, or rather, of tweets:
The audio for this Messi thing on Apple TV is a mess.
— Fes (@fesbutter) July 17, 2023
A bit shocking how terrible the Apple TV presentation was for Messi. This ceremony was a GREAT opportunity to showcase their platform and service (the biggest they’ve ever had) and it was weird camera angles, no video feeds during the montages, and poor audio translation.
—Cameron Keller (@CameronBKeller) July 17, 2023
The worst thing apparently was the audiothat made the words of David Beckham, co-owner of the Miami Club, as well as the rest of the speakers, indecipherable, constantly reproducing issues throughout the event.
Be that as it may, it is not possible to despair, and it is that If there is a company with resources in this industry, it is Apple. and surely your service ‘TV Plus’ will improve shortly to accommodate a soccer superstar like Leo Messi among its protagonists.
There will be a lot of Messi on Apple TV, which will not only broadcast all the movements of the Argentine star at Inter Miami but also prepares, together with the producers of “Free Solo”, a documentary about Leo’s time at the FIFA World Cups .
In fact, there will be a lot of Messi in the coming monthsand it is that we will not only see matches and training sessions with his new team, Inter Miami FC, which has also signed Sergio Busquets, but we will also be able to enjoy a documentary on Apple TV in the form of mini-series that will cover in four chapters “Messi’s career in the World Cup”and which is created by the award-winning producers of “Free only”.
Seeing Messi score his first goals in the United States has a price, yes, because the subscribers of MLS Season Pass must pay $14.99 per monthor $12.99 if you already subscribe to Apple TV Plus.