However Amazon's not done with the launches this week just yet.
Separately, Amazon and Google are engaged in a spat over devices and content: Google blocked access to YouTube videos on Amazon's Echo Show device Tuesday, and said Amazon Fire TV users would be unable to access YouTube starting January 1.
iPhone X users will be happy to know screen support is also available today as well. Users need to install the tvOS version, which is now available for download on Apple TV 3rd generation devices or later.
You can find the Amazon Prime Video app on iTunes HERE.
Amazon Prime Video finally reaches Apple TV
Prime Video further expands the library of TV shows and movies available in 4K HDR on Apple TV 4K. As for Apple, this could open the doors for Amazon to once again start selling the Apple TV on its store, as pointed out by The Verge.
Apple TV users have always been demanding the app, but the unstable relationship between the two companies delayed the process. At the time, Amazon also confirmed the news via a tweet. No release date was since mentioned by Apple.
News of Apple and Amazon settling their differences comes as Alphabet (GOOGL)-owned Google is engaged with its own dispute with Amazon over streaming video. Apple hosted Hulu, Netflix, and basically every other streaming service under the sun, so Amazon's absence was glaring - but not entirely surprising. The streamer, which has managed to make itself a neutral third party in the conflicts, makes set-top boxes and dongles and has a smart TV software platform that supports all the major streaming video services.
NASA's Voyager 1 Spacecraft Thrusters Work After Decades Of Being Dormant
IF you tried to start a auto after 40 years of it sitting in your garage, you might expect to run into a bit of trouble. Voyager was launched in 1977 and is now the only spacecraft in interstellar space, or the area beyond the solar system.