Amazon’s boycott on Apple TV sales appears to finally be over.
After removing Apple’s set-top box from its website in 2015, the online retail behemoth has given in and created a listing for the new Apple TV 4K this morning.
Getting your hands on the new Apple TV 4K though Amazon won’t be easy though. The page for Apple’s newest set-top box shows that there are no units in stock. It appears that Amazon is only offering the 64GB model priced at $199.
Supply of the Apple TV 4K is pretty low on Apple’s own website too. The estimated shipping time for new orders is currently pegged at 2-3 weeks for the 64GB model while the 32GB box will take 5-7 days to ship.
Putting Apple TV back on its digital shelves is a bit unexpected but is likely related to Apple TV finally gaining an Amazon Prime Video app. The service still hasn’t launched on Apple TV yet but is expected to debut at some point this fall.
Update: It looks like Amazon has removed the listing. We’ve reached out to the company for comment on if it plans to sell Apple TV in the future and will update you if we hear back.