Amazon Prime Video app will be available on Apple TV streaming box later this year, Apple CEO Tim Cook announced at the company’s developer conference on Monday.
This way, Apple confirmed the rumors about the agreement that have been circulating since last month. The app will let users to access original hits like “Transparent”, “Bosch”, “Mozart in the Jungle”, “Catastrophe”, and other contents available on the catalog.
The agreement marks the end of a years-long conflict between the two companies. Jeff Bezos has previously said that the two sides couldn’t find “acceptable business terms” for Amazon to put a video app on Apple’s living room device, The Verge reported. In 2015, Amazon stopped selling the Apple TV and it has not yet revealed whether the Apple TV will return to its online store.