Sony recently launched PlayStation 5 and the good news is Apple TV app will now be available on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5. In a collaboration with Apple, Sony has brought the Apple TV app to PlayStation.
Back in October, Sony promised that the PS5 would launch alongside Apple TV +, Netflix, Disney Plus and Spotify of the Day. And as far as we can tell, everything is going good – including Apple TV +, Apple’s subscription service, to bump up the likes of Netflix.
The Apple TV app gives PlayStation users access to the largest collection of 4K HDR movies and TV show rentals. Most of them are available in Dolby Vision HDR, but sadly the PS5 only supports HDR10 in minutes. Sony has not rejected support for Dolby Vision in the future.
The move is a major expansion for Apple’s streaming platform. This means that Apple TV is now available on next-gen consoles in addition to the latest LG, Samsung and Sony Smart TVs, most Roku and Amazon Fire TV devices, plus iPhones, iPads, Macs and Apple TV 4K boxes.
The PS5 is currently available in Australia, Japan, Mexico, New Zealand, North America and South Korea, but gamers will have to wait until November 19 elsewhere. In the US, the Sony PS5 is priced at $499.99 for Standard Edition and Digital. The version is launched at $399.99.