Xbox has announced that it is bringing all the streaming apps along with Apple TV to its upcoming Series X and Series S consoles at launch. The company said that it is making all those streaming apps available to the new consoles that players currently use on Xbox One. To remind you again, the upcoming gaming consoles’ launch is scheduled for November 10, and it also brings an Apple TV app alongside Xbox users this time.
The new Apple TV app for Xbox will come to all the Microsoft gaming consoles, which include the Xbox One S, One X, and the upcoming Series X and Series S consoles. If you don’t know this, the Apple TV app is coming on Xbox for the first time since its launch last year.
More Streaming Apps Coming to Upcoming Xbox Consoles
Apple TV is making its way to Xbox on November 10, and players will be able to stream their favorite Apple TV shows post this on their gaming consoles. The app will not just provide users access to Apple TV+, but will also let them buy or rent movies. Apart from the Apple TV’s arrival to Xbox, Microsoft has also said that all other streaming apps that users can play on Xbox One will be available on both the Xbox Series X and Series S consoles.
Speaking of the streaming apps that are coming to Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S consoles during the launch next week, the popular apps such as Netflix, Disney Plus, YouTube, YouTube TV, and Amazon Prime Video will be a highlight. The other apps include HBO Max, Spotify, Hulu, NBC Peacock, Vudu, Twitch, NOW TV, FandangoNow, Sky Ticket, and more.
Microsoft is launching Xbox Series S and Series X on November 10, globally. These will go in direct competition with Sony’s PS5, which will launch on November 12 in some places and November 19 in others.
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