Good news: Apple TV will be available on the new Xbox Series X and Series S on their release date, November 10, and on the Xbox One, as well. The app includes Apple’s full library of movies and TV shows. The app will also be available on the PS5 when it launches on November 12.
The Apple TV app will give you access to content from Apple TV+ and Apple TV channels—along with popular movies and documentaries—all from the one centralized app. You’ll be able to enjoy shows like Ted Lasso, Servant, and Mythic Quest: Raven’s Banquet. It’ll also let you subscribe to channels like AMC+ and Showtime. The app will provide personalized show recommendations and allow you to rent or purchase movies and TV shows once you’re subscribed ($4.99 per month).
Microsoft also confirmed that plenty of other popular streaming apps will also be available on the two consoles at launch. You’ll be able to enjoy favorites like Hulu, YouTube, Netflix, HBO Max, Twitch, Disney+, Spotify, Amazon Prime Video, YouTube TV, NBC Peacock, FandangoNow, Vudu, Tubi, Sky Go, Sky Ticket, NOW TV and more will be available for you to enjoy. Both of the new consoles will also support Dolby Atmos and Dolby Vision in compatible apps.