How to watch Super Bowl 50 on your iPhone, iPad and Mac

On Sunday evening, millions of people will gather around their TV sets to watch Super Bowl 50. The game features the Denver Broncos taking on the Carolina Panthers, and kickoff is scheduled for 6:30 (ET).

For those of you who aren’t going to be around a television Sunday night, but still want to follow along with the action, we’ve put together a list of ways you’ll be able to do so using an iPhone, iPad, Mac and other devices.

iPhone

On the go and want to watch the live stream of the Super Bowl on your iPhone? Well, until and unless you are a Verizon subscriber, you cannot watch the live stream on your iPhone. If you are a subscriber of the Big Red, then the good news is that you only need to install the NFL mobile app on your iPhone.
Download: NFL
iPad

Thankfully, with CBS getting the rights to stream Super Bowl this year, it is now significantly easier to watch the Super Bowl on your iPad this year. Simply download the free CBS Sports app from the iOS App Store and you are good to go.

Download: CBS Sports

Mac

CBS will be live streaming the game over at their website that you can watch on your Mac in Chrome, Safari or any other browser of your choice.

If you live outside of the United States though, things are going are significantly tougher for you. You need to be a subscriber of N.F.L. Gamepass that costs $99/year to watch the live stream on your device.

Again, the Super Bowl kicks off at 6:30 ET on Sunday night at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California. If you think we missed something significant—particularly for international users (I’m not very familiar with non-US NFL licenses)—let us know in the comments below!

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