O Apple TV +, new platform for streaming video card is due to be launched soon and many vendors are eyeing partnerships to add the service to their list of options, including Cupertino's South Korean rival, the Samsung.
According to information published by the TechRadar, Samsung announced during its IFA 2019 conference that Apple TV + will be available on its Smart TVs, making the company the first brand to announce support for Apple's upcoming service.
The South Korean giant did not confirm when Apple TV + landed on its big screens, but talked about some very interesting features, including integrating the platform with Bixby, its virtual assistant. This way, users can search programs and movies by voice commands, and can access them by Smart guide of these equipments.
Remember that Samsung was one of the first television manufacturers to add support for iTunes content as well as AirPlay 2; It is therefore likely that other manufacturers (such as LG and Vizio) will also announce early support for Ma's platform unless Samsung has reached an exclusive agreement, which has not been confirmed.
In addition to smart TVs, the Apple TV + will also be available set top boxes from other manufacturers. In the end, all this support is more than welcome to Ma, after all, the more the service expands to other products, the more potential Apple TV + subscribers.
via Cult of Mac