When will there be an Apple TV App on Ignite TV Boxes?

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When will there be an Apple TV App on Ignite TV Boxes?

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I see that there is Prime Video, and Netflix supported.  When will we be seeing an Apple TV app on the Ignite TV Boxes?  That is the one remaining app that I need so that I can remove the Roku or another third party streaming hardware device from the mix.

 

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@Alex4161 wrote:

I see that there is Prime Video, and Netflix supported.  When will we be seeing an Apple TV app on the Ignite TV Boxes?  That is the one remaining app that I need so that I can remove the Roku or another third party streaming hardware device from the mix.


I posted a response to a similar question that was asked in another thread.  The short answer is, not until Apple develops and releases an Apple TV+ app for the Comcast X1 platform.  When they do, you will see the Comcast set-top boxes listed as a supported device on the Apple TV+ web site and the Apple TV app support page.  Until then, there is nothing that Rogers can do.



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Re: When will there be an Apple TV App on Ignite TV Boxes?


@Alex4161 wrote:

I see that there is Prime Video, and Netflix supported.  When will we be seeing an Apple TV app on the Ignite TV Boxes?  That is the one remaining app that I need so that I can remove the Roku or another third party streaming hardware device from the mix.


I posted a response to a similar question that was asked in another thread.  The short answer is, not until Apple develops and releases an Apple TV+ app for the Comcast X1 platform.  When they do, you will see the Comcast set-top boxes listed as a supported device on the Apple TV+ web site and the Apple TV app support page.  Until then, there is nothing that Rogers can do.



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