At Apple’s annual WWDC developer conference, the electronics giant finally confirmed that the Amazon Prime Video app will make its way to the Apple TV later this year. The Prime Video app will allow users to stream original hits from the company such as Transparent, Bosch, Mozart in the Jungle, and a whole lot more.
However, the Amazon Prime app announcement was the only new “feature” Apple released for tvOS, which is a departure for the company as they usually reveal a couple more software features than just one at its developer conference.
With the arrival of Prime Video, it signals the end of a years-long battle between Apple and Amazon. Jeff Bezos, CEO of Amazon previously stated that both companies couldn’t find “acceptable business terms” for Amazon to put a Prime streaming app on the Apple TV. However, that disagreement seems to be at its end.
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