Amazon Prime video applications have recently been launched on Apple TV, and new applications are compatible with third -, fourth - and fifth - generation Apple TV. And after two years, Apple TV may finally have to go online again at Amazon's online store.
According to CNET, Amazon said today that they decided to bring back the two video streaming devices, Apple TV and Google Chromecast, which were removed two years ago in Amazon online store, to the market and compete with their own Fire TV devices. "I can confirm that we are classifying Apple TV and Chromecast," Amazon spokeswoman told CNET today, but did not provide further explanation.
Earlier this year, it was reported that Amazon will launch Prime video applications on Apple TV to restore Apple TV's sales in the Amazon mall. After Apple's new product Apple TV 4K on Amazon once appeared briefly, but soon removed, there is no inventory.
In early 2015, Amazon was unable to play Prime video from its online shop off the Apple TV and Google Chromecast, and explained that this is to avoid misleading consumers, so consumers think that sales on Amazon's video streaming media devices can play Amazon exclusive membership video Prime membership service.
At present, Amazon has also prepared a brand new product page for 32GB fourth generation Apple TV, 32GB Apple TV 4K and 64GB Apple TV, and Amazon consumers should be able to find Apple Apple in the category of streaming media players.
It's worth mentioning that Google said last week that it would screen out YouTube content on the Amazon smart phone Echo and Fire TV.
For the two products of Apple TV and Google Chromecast, the two giants of apple and Google have not yet responded publicly.