Apple TV app will come to PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 in November

Sony has confirmed that the Apple TV app will be coming to the PlayStation on 12th November, the same day as the PlayStation 5 launch.

Like the apps on smart TVs, users will be able to access Apple TV+, stream Apple events and access movies and TV shows they’ve purchased from the iTunes Store. It will be available on PlayStation 4 and 5.

Apple TV will be coming along with Disney+, Twitch, YouTube, Netflix, Spotify and Twitch apps with more streaming apps likely to be added in the future.

Sony’s new Media Remote for PS5 has quick access buttons to streaming services

Sony also announced a new Media Remote for the PS5 for controlling media content. It has quick access buttons to Disney+, YouTube, Spotify and Netflix (it lacks one for Apple TV+). This will also let you adjust playback controls, volume and power.

Read the full announcement on Sony’s official blog.

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