Amazon and Apple don’t exactly have the best relationship. For example Amazon does not list the Apple TV on its website, which some have speculated could be Amazon trying to prevent competition for its Fire TV, although the company has since stated that they are willing to bring the Apple TV back under more “acceptable business terms”.


However that relationship could be on the mend because in a report from BuzzFeed News, it seems that Amazon Prime Video could be finally headed for the Apple TV, and that announcement could be taking place at WWDC 2017 which will be kicking off early next month in San Francisco.

This lines up with a report from a few days ago in which it was suggested that the Amazon Video app could be headed for the Apple TV this summer. It also seems that in addition to Amazon Prime Video coming onto the Apple TV, Amazon has also reportedly agreed to resume selling the Apple TV on its website.

As to when exactly customers can expect to find the Apple TV return to Amazon remains to be seen, but if this report is true (John Paczkowski of BuzzFeed News has a pretty solid track record when it comes to these sorts of things), we guess we should have more details at WWDC, so check back with us next month for the updates.

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