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Apple TV+ Now Accessible On Additional Amazon Fire Devices

If Apple is serious about getting a portion of the streaming chart with Apple TV+, it is going to have to make certain that its users can use it without having to get out for a set of new hardware. That is why, suddenly, Apple made the service accessible on a series of new Amazon Fire machines.

Users can now use Apple TV+ via the 3rd gen Fire TV and 2nd gen Fire TV Cube, which will allow them see new movies, shows, and documentaries from Apple, as well as use their library for iTunes. Before the year-end the Apple TV application will also be accessible on the Fire TV edition of Nebula Soundbar, while the streaming service and app will launch on JVC Fire TVs early in 2020.

Apple has done a very good job of launching its TV app for the masses, taking into consideration how lately it rolled out. It is already accessible on a number of dongles and specific smart TVs, such as the Roku and Fire TV Stick, and its separate TV box has done well, too. It has got a little way before it is as accessible widely as the likes of Hulu or Netflix, but if the firm is serious about making chaos in streaming—which it specifically seems to be—it will not be long before you will be capable of getting it all over the place.

On a related note, Apple earlier this week lost one of its top personnel for streaming service, just after TV+ was launched. As per media, Kim Rozenfeld, the chief of current unscripted content and scripted programming for Apple TV+, has resigned from his job. The media report did not clarify on the reasons behind the departure of Rozenfeld, but it did claim that he inked a first-look agreement with Apple for Half Full Studios, his production firm.

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