• Don't Expect Disney Magic with Apple TV 4K's Viewing Options

    2 monthes ago - By App Advice

    At Apple's iPhone X Event on Sept. 12, a big announcement was made regarding 4K movie and television show availability with the new Apple TV. This advancement includes hardware and software changes for the appropriately named Apple TV 4K.
    As AppAdvice's Bryan Wolfe explains :
    This is terrific news for those who want to jump into those high-performance options. But, there is still something missing - Disney. Noted by The Wall Street Journal :
    And, further:
    Given the relationship between Apple and Disney, this really is surprising. Disney already sells 4K movies on sites like Vudu for...
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  • Disney Is the Only Major Hollywood Studio Not Backing Apple's Plan to Sell 4K Films at $20

    Disney Is the Only Major Hollywood Studio Not Backing Apple's Plan to Sell 4K Films at $20

    2 monthes ago - By Mac Rumors

    Apple yesterday revealed the Apple TV 4K , a new set-top box that will bring all the features of the fourth-generation Apple TV, along with the ability to stream 4K HDR video content. This includes iTunes 4K movies, which the company confirmed will be sold for the same price as HD movies at $20 apiece. Users will even be able to gain access to 4K movies they've already purchased in HD at no extra charge.
    When it made this announcement, Apple showed off a list of Hollywood studios during the keynote that will support 4K movies on iTunes at this price: 20th Century Fox, Lionsgate, Paramount...
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  • No love for Star Wars and Marvel fans on the Apple TV 4K

    No love for Star Wars and Marvel fans on the Apple TV 4K

    2 monthes ago - By Techno Buffalo


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  • Bizarrely, the one studio that hasn't signed up for 4K movies on Apple TV is Disney

    Bizarrely, the one studio that hasn't signed up for 4K movies on Apple TV is Disney

    2 monthes ago - By 9to5Mac

    Apple had great news for movie lovers yesterday: not only would it be selling 4K movies for the same price as existing HD ones, but you'll be able to upgrade existing purchases to the higher resolution completely free of charge.
    However, while most major studies are in on the deal, there's one odd omission: Disney...
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