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


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.


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.

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