Xbox gaming consoles may gain support for Apple TV, as some people report being part of a limited group of testers for the possibility…
In the not-too-distant future, Xbox owners may be able to stream Apple TV content without the need for a HDMI cable. That’s right. Xbox consoles look like they’re going to receive Apple TV support. This, according to reports on social media from people who say they’ve seen the option in action. (Some of which are saying they are part of a limited group of testers for the function.)
Xbox Consoles could Gain Apple TV Support
Apple has gradually been rolling out apps for smart TVs, along with other platforms, in order to expand Apple TV’s reach. Now, it looks like Microsoft’s Xbox consoles will join with those already available. However, this likely won’t bring the full Apple TV movie and show catalog over to Xbox. Although, it won’t require a different remote as the Xbox controller will power its functionality.
OhSnap! #AppleTV is coming to #Xbox!!! Now I’m not as upset about them removing the second HDMI port cuz that’s all I used it for. But now we get 4k! #XboxInsiders
😩🙌🏾🍏📺+❎😎#KeepItWavy 🌊🏄🏾♂️ pic.twitter.com/hx32MhUwWp
— Tzunami 🌊 Sapp ❎🕙 #AmbassadorBots (@Tzunami_Sapp) September 24, 2020