If you've ever wondered why the Amazon Prime Video app isn't available on Apple TV, here's why: Apple won't offer "acceptable business terms", according to Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos.
That's also why Amazon doesn't sell the Apple TV through its e-tail site.
Bezos has claimed that he only wants Amazon to sell devices that support Prime Video, to avoid confusion among consumers. He says that while "you can always get the video player on the device", you can't always get them on "acceptable business terms".
Pressed whether this meant Apple's 30 per cent cut of any purchases, Bezos said "private business discussions should stay private".
Amazon does sell other rival streaming devices, however, like the Roku and the PS4.
Amazon stopped selling both the Apple TV and Google Chromecast from its online store last October. And from the sound of things, it won't be bringing them back anytime soon.
Source: The Verge