Amazon Stopped Selling Apple TV Because of Unacceptable Business Terms for Prime Video

Jeff Bezos when addressed at Recode’s Code Conference concerning why Amazon does not offer the Apple TV or Google Chromecast because of unsuitable business terms. The CEO said that Amazon offers a lot of competitive items on Amazon, including Roku, Xbox One, and PS4, and that it needs its Prime Video player to be accessible on every single such gadget while still adhering to  satisfactory business terms.

With Google and Apple, Amazon for one reason another couldn’t achieve “worthy business terms” for offering Prime Video player on the Apple TV and Google Chromecast, which is the reason it quit offering the items. Bezos declined to comment on whether the “worthy business terms” is the 30 percent cut that Apple takes from in-app purchases and memberships or not.

Amazon reasoning behind not offering Apple TV and Chromecast is that shoppers anticipate that Prime Video player will be accessible on these gadgets too, particularly since they are acquiring it straight from Amazon. Be that as it may, since that is not the situation, it can prompt disarray and dissatisfaction for them. In light of this thinking, the organization quit offering the Apple TV and Google Chromecast from October a year ago.

 

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