Apple announced today that it will stop supporting its existing Apple TV devices.
In a statement, the company said that the Apple TV “has proven itself to be an exceptional platform for developers and content creators to deliver rich and compelling experiences.”
The announcement comes on the heels of Amazon announcing that it’s ending support for the AppleTV last week.
Apple’s Apple TV has been around since 2007, and since then, it’s been supported by Amazon, Google, Roku, Amazon Web Services, Amazon Video, and Apple Music.
However, Apple has recently struggled with the availability of the Apple HomeKit platform, which lets developers control their HomeKit-enabled devices with the addition of an app.
Amazon has also had trouble with the inclusion of HomeKit in its Alexa voice assistants.
Apple has since introduced two new Apple TV models, the Apple Watch and Apple TV Stick, which have been supported with HomeKit support for a year and a half.
It’s unclear if Apple is going to continue supporting the devices.
Apple previously announced that the company would stop supporting the Apple TVs at the end of the year, but that didn’t happen.