All the rumors pertaining to the Prime Video App of Amazon have actually turned out to be true. Earlier today, Apple initiated its Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) 2017. The tech giant kicked off the conference with a proclamation that the Prime Video App of Amazon will be available on Apple TV streaming box later this year.
Both Amazon and Apple came to an agreement earlier this year. However, the development got officially announced earlier in the day, according to which the Prime Video App will be reaching to the platform of Apple TV. It is significant to state that there is a hostile rivalry between these two companies in the video space.
After mentioning Amazon’s app briefly, the CEO of Apple Tim Cook stated:
“We are so pleased to welcome Amazon to Apple TV”
The app will now support channels with video contents from mammoth 50 partners.
Prior ambiguities did not come in the way
Both Amazon and Apple had plenty of issues over the past few years, For instance: Amazon had ceased selling devices of Apple TV in 2015. The online retail store also stopped selling Google’s Chromecast couple of years ago. Surprisingly, it also prolonged the ban to third-party electronic dealers. However, all these differences did not come in between the two companies and both are happy to now collaborate for the Prime Video App.
Apple did not communicate any official release date as when Amazon’s Prime Video App would arrive on Apple TV; however, it is anticipated that it will be up quite soon.