Apple today at WWDC 2017 formally announced that Amazon will be bringing its Prime Video app to the Apple TV. All content from the subscription service will be streamable on the platform, while the app will launch later this year. Apple didn’t talk about tvOS 11 today, but they said they’ll speak more extensively later this year.

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