Apple Lists Support Information For Third-Party Apple TV Content Providers on New Webpage

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Apple has launched a new support page that allows Apple TV owners to learn more about the third-party content available on their set-top box.

The page lists general information about each content provider, including where the channel is available and if the channel requires a subscription. Almost every Apple TV channel listed also includes contact information or a link to the “contact us” page of that specific third-party content provider.

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During their latest media event, Apple dropped the price of the Apple TV to $89 (CAD) making it even more affordable. Apple CEO Tim Cook believes that the $30 USD price cut ($20 CAD here) will allow more people around the world to enjoy Apple TV in their own homes.

It has been quite a while since the company refreshed the Apple TV, however, various reports are claiming that Apple will announce a new version of the device this year at WWDC. The reports claim that the device will gain Siri integration, allowing users to control the device with their voice.

Do you find this new support page from Apple helpful? Let us know in the comments below.

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  • jabohn

    When I emailed this link to you guys the other day, ABC news said “USA Only”. I see that’s changed now, and indeed the ABC News channel is now accessible to Canadians.

  • jabohn

    Also note under Netflix Canada is not listed but it should be.

  • Thanks for your email, we have replied. Are you using ATV2 or ATV3? Seems ATV2 users now have access, whereas last year it launched for ATV3 users. Let us know!

  • jabohn

    Thanks Gary. I replied to your email just now. I have an ATV3 and I’m sure the channel wasn’t there before. The Apple support article for sure said “Available in the United States” when I sent you the email. Now it says Worldwide. No biggie, maybe it just didn’t refresh the channels for me until this week.

  • xxxJDxxx

    Does Crackle work for Canadians?

    I have it on my ATV but the app gives an error when I try to launch it and hasn’t worked for months.

  • Corey Beazer

    It works, you need to sign up online first (Its free).
    Thats where I watch “Comedians in Cars getting Coffee”

  • Christopher Jones

    $30 price drop? Maybe in the US, but it’s a $20 drop in Canada

  • You’re right. Updated, thanks!