Apple plans to announce Amazon Prime Video for Apple TV at WWDC 2017


We are now so close from the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference 2017. The Cupertino has begun sending out press invites for its upcoming event that takes place on June 5.  We expect Apple to showcase the new versions of iOS, tvOS, watchOS and macOS at the event this year. Sources say that the Cupertino Company is planning to introduce Amazon Prime Video for its Apple TV at this year’s WWDC.

Amazon Prime Video

According to tech analysts, the release of Amazon Prime Video allows Amazon to resume offering the Apple TV on Back in 2015, Amazon stopped selling Apple TV and the Google Chromecast in its online store due to incompatibility with the company’s Prime Video.

Today’s rumors match with what we heard in previous reports which claimed that Apple might debut Amazon’s Prime Video app for Apple TV in the third quarter of 2017. Sources say that Apple and Amazon have come to an agreement which will see the Amazon Prime Video app debut on Apple TV.

In reality, the Amazon Prime Video app is currently one of the most requested apps for Apple TV and it seems that Apple will bring the app to Apple TV this year.

Amazon Video Prime is currently one of the most popular streaming video services in the world, and also the only major streaming video service that’s missing from the Apple TV. According to tech analysts, Apple doesn’t want to lose the intense fight among big names in the market, so it’s just a matter of time until we see the Amazon Prime Video app arrive on Apple TV.

At this year’s WWDC, Apple is expected to unveil the next versions of the company’s mobile operating system, iOS11, macOS 10.13 and tvOS 11. Besides, rumors say that Apple plans to introduce a smart speaker to take on Amazon Echo and Google Home this year.

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