Apple’s streaming TV service is finally coming to your TV, with the Apple TV 4 and Apple TV 3 offering support for streaming apps.
In a blog post, Apple’s product marketing director David Young said the new Apple TV and AppleTV 3 are the first two devices to support streaming Apple TV content, but that Apple TV users can expect the new versions to be the first to see streaming Apple apps.
“We know that Apple is an incredibly passionate community of creators and consumers, and we’re excited to make sure that our customers get the best possible experience from our content delivery network,” Young wrote.
“And we hope our customers are excited to watch, too.”
Apple has been working on supporting Apple TV for some time now, and Young says the new products will allow users to stream Apple TV shows and movies, and watch YouTube, Facebook, and other apps on the new hardware.
Apple TV’s software is still in beta, and there’s no indication that the new devices will support Apple TV.
But with the new apps, Apple TV will finally be able to stream its own content from the cloud.
Apple said it will soon add support for Apple TV to its Apple TV apps.
Apple’s AppleTV app is currently available on iOS, Android, and Windows, but it doesn’t currently work on Apple TV devices that run iOS 9.
Apple said it has “no plans to change the AppleTV platform anytime soon”.
Apple TV users will be able download a set of free Apple TV Apps, which includes popular video streaming apps like Netflix, Amazon Prime, HBO Now, and Hulu Plus, as well as Apple TV favorites like the HBO Go app and the Showtime app.
Apple TV owners can also choose to add Apple TV-specific support to their existing Apple TV device.
The company also said it is adding Apple TV streaming apps to the App Store.