The Sony PS4 and PS5 game consoles are now available for Apple TV. It allows users to view Apple TV+, rent or buy 4K HDR movies and access Apple’s purchases afterward.
What does it bring?
The app allows its users to view Apple TV+, third-party channels such as Showtime and Starz, and content from iTunes. The PlayStation customers can enjoy originals of Apple, such as “Mythical Quest: Raven’s banquet”, “Ted Lasso”, and “The Morning Show” on Apple TV+. Moreover, you can either buy or rent movies and TV programs and access previous purchases from Apple, and enjoy Apple’s premium channels.
In addition, even media players such as Roku and Amazon Fire TV are already available for Apple’s TV app. You can also receive it from Apple’s own devices, including Apple TV, iPhone, iPod touch, iPad and Mac, naturally.
In October, Sony promised that PS5, with Apple TV+, Netflix, Disney Plus and Spotify, will start on day one. And as far as we can tell, it seems like everything works properly – including support for Apple TV, the streaming service that rivals with Netflix like Apple.
In addition, the Apple TV app gives PlayStation users access to the biggest 4K HDR film and TV show rental set. Most are available in Dolby Vision HDR. But unfortunately, the PS5 supports only HDR10 in a minute. In the future, Sony has stated it would not refuse Dolby Vision support.
However, the PS5 is not the only next-generation Apple TV console to arrive. Microsoft has also announced that it is Apple TV to support Xbox Series X and Series S consoles and Dolby Vision in 2021.
The transition is an important expansion for the streaming platform of Apple. It means that in addition to the most new LG, Samsung and Sony smart TVs, Roku and Amazon Fire TVs plus, iPhones, iPads, Macs and the 4K box of Apple TV, Apple TV is also available on both of the next generation consoles.
The Apple TV app should be available for PS4 and PS5 now!