Linked by Jordan Spencer Cunningham on Thu 19th Mar 2009 22:58 UTC
Multimedia, AV iTunes and iPod users can now enjoy the fruits of HD movies as offered by Apple's iTune store. Starting today, HD movies can be bought and downloaded for $19.99 apiece, and Apple's also promising movie rentals for $4.99 within 30 days after new releases. Downloads include both the standard HD file as well as an iPhone/iPod-ready SD file. The store already had 1200 "stunning" HD videos for rent, now has a growing arsenal of ones for purchase, and Apple intends to steadily add to that arsenal as time goes on. The press release is really pushing that vampiric film "Twilight" for pre-order, so go out and purchase your favorite tale of a spineless teenager with less emotion than a stick (no offense to sticks) today, now in flying HD colors.
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Claxus
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2007-07-19

For most countries outside US, it is still not possible
to buy movies or tv-series from ITunes.

The only option is to use another well known OS which supports the DRM that makes the content-producing companies to consider world-wide distribution.

I would say that adding tv-series to ITunes as a world wide service would have a far bigger impact than adding another US-only (or close to) service in any format, including 3D!

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