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iTunes Now Offering Movies in High Definition Quality

The iTunes Store Now Offers High-Def Movies

Good news for big movie buffs. You can now head on over to the iTunes store and purchase movies in high definition for $19.99. And if you're wondering about renting, they will be available 30 days after the release date for $4.99.

So rather than having to wait in lines for Twilight tomorrow, you can have it pre-ordered, purchased and downloaded to your computer before everyone else. Ahh, the convenience of Internet shopping.


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macgirl macgirl 8 years
Is it just me or does it seem just a tiny bit pricey for something you don't get packaging with? I guess Blurays are more than that. It just struck me funny at first.
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