This is not an APO OK, it does not deserve APO prices.
Actually, the TV85 does have apochromatic performance and uses the best fluorite substitute and matching glass currently available.
Historically, the TV-85 has always been considered an apochromat. Not all apochroamts are created equally. Roland Christen can probably find signs of chromatic aberration in any refractor...
Among the rest of us, it varies.
The reason for the ambiguity about the TV85 being an "apochromat" vs only a "semi-apochromat" (as in, not quite a true full-fledged APO) is because it's a doublet, rather than a triplet or Petzval (four-element) lens design. The argument for considering some of the higher-end doublets to sufficiently qualify for true APO status is because though two lenses still cannot as completely correct refractive differences in where different wavelengths of light focus as can high-quality triplets etc., nevertheless through use of the right glass and lens design it's possible to come close enough that the differences are near-vanishingly small to most people's eyes, or at least supposedly. So, to some extent it's in the eye of the beholder whether a doublet such as the TV-95 is a true apochromat or merely an almost, but not quite true apochromat. Nevertheless, it's not misleading marketing to describe a high-quality doublet like the TV-85 as an "apochromat", so long as the fact that it's a doublet is included in the description.