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Apple and Amazon will reportedly put feuding aside for the Apple TV


TechRadar
16 d ago


For all there is to like about , the set-top box does have one major flaw: no support for Amazon's widely popular service. However, it looks like the two companies may set aside differences and address the missing feature this summer.

Apple will reportedly announce support for Amazon's premium streaming service on the Apple TV during on June 5, sources familiar with the matter tell .

This report backs up that Amazon Prime Video would make its way to Apple TV this summer, though BuzzFeed says the official launch date is still subject to change.

Should this new arrival come to be, it would not only address a glaring omission on Apple's set-top box, but possibly suggest a friendlier coexistence between the iPhone maker and Amazon going forward.

In addition to Amazon Prime Video coming to Apple TV, today's report also claims Amazon will return the favor and resume selling Apple TVs on its website.

If true, this change comes two years after Amazon pulled the Apple TV (as well as Google ) from its digital shelves in favor of platforms a competing video service, such as Rokus, game consoles and, of course, its own .

That wasn't the first time Amazon and Apple didn't play well together, either. In 2014, Amazon stripped in-app payments from the iOS versions of several of its services — including the recently acquired ComiXology — in response to Apple demanding a 30% cut of each sale.

Even the though the ice will apparently thaw between Apple and Amazon soon, Google and Amazon may be at odds for a little bit longer as Chromecasts still have limited to zero support for Amazon Prime Video. 

All hope is not lost, however, as the — powered by Android TV — got the app this year thanks to a recent update.

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