Where is the Apple TV’s Amazon Prime Video app?

On September 12, 2017, Apple introduced the new Apple TV 4K and announced that Apple TV 4K will also offer 4K HDR content from popular video services, including Amazon Prime Video, “coming soon.”

After a brief, teasing blip where Apple TV units reportedly appeared for sale on Amazon for a few hours on a day in late September… crickets.

It’s now November 2nd, but there’s no Amazon app in the Apple TV App Store nor are there Apple TV units for sale on Amazon.

One of Amazon Prime Video’s biggest series, The Grand Tour, is soon to debut its second season on December 8th:

Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May return for a new season of the world’s greatest show about three middle-aged men rampaging around the world having unusual adventures, driving amazing cars, and engaging in a constant argument about which of them is the biggest idiot. Although it’s also the only show that combines these things so the ‘greatest’ title is pretty much uncontested.

 

MacDailyNews Take: Here’s hoping Apple and Amazon get to work on this “coming soon” stuff. We’d love to finally be able to watch The Grand Tour via our Apple TVs and for people to be able to purchase Apple TVs from Amazon.

SEE ALSO:
Amazon’s new Fire TV is a 4K HDR-capable dongle – September 27, 2017
Apple TV sales return to Amazon.com after two-year hiatus (oops, it’s gone again!) – September 26, 2017
Apple made ‘audacious bid’ for Top Gear trio of Clarkson, Hammond and May, but lost out to Bezos’ Amazon – September 1, 2015

11 Comments

  1. Is Amazon required to make an App for the App Store? What if the App Store does not meet their “Store Approval Process”? 🙂

    Amazon has ruthlessly shown they will forgo immediate profit for long term position. Gotta watch these guys, and by these guys I mean all.

    1. The Amazon Prime Video app is already available on iOS – just not AppleTV…yet. So it’s passed the “Store Approval Process” on iOS and been announced for AppleTV. Hopefully we’ll see it soon on AppleTV.

  2. It’s the same reality TV flim-flam that Trump runs. “We’re announcing health care for everyone next week. Or soon. Or very soon.” Their words are devoid of meaning.

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