Apple remains the same company in the grand scheme of things, focusing almost entirely on its first-party ecosystem above all else. However, with some aspects of the business there is some branching out. For instance, Apple Music is not just an Apple-only experience, with a popular enough Android app out there in the world as well. And it looks like it’s coming soon to another platform as well.
Just in time for “Ted Lasso” Season 2, Apple is now offering both new and existing Apple TV+ subscribers who own a PlayStation 5 six months of Apple TV+ at no charge.
The iOS 14.3 software update that Apple started testing with developers yesterday expands on existing third-party controller support with two new choices: Sony's latest PlayStation DualSense Wireless Controller that ships with their new PlayStation 5 console and Amazon's Luna controller, pictured above, which was designed for their own Amazon's gaming service.
As promised, Sony's next-generation PlayStation 5 launches today and with it comes Apple's TV app, bringing the world of Hollywood entertainment and Apple Originals to the gaming console. The app is also available on the PlayStation 4 in the PlayStation Store.
According to Sony itself, Apple's TV app will be launching on both the PlayStation 4 and the PlayStation 5 on November 12, the same day the company's eagerly-awaited new PlayStation 5 console is scheduled to go on sale.
Seven years after debuting the fourth-generation PlayStation gaming console, Japanese consumer electronics giant Sony will unleash the new PlayStation 5 in the fourth quarter of 2020. Yesterday, it shared the first hardware reveal trailer for the eagerly awaited console.
Sony's next PlayStation console is coming in the fourth quarter of 2020. As impressive as the beastly hardware specifications released in October 2019 are, they don't paint the full picture of what avid gamers can expect in their next-generation consoles, but this remarkable real-time demo of Epic Games' Unreal Engine 5 running live on a PlayStation 5 console surely does.