“Apple has at last begun a proper international roll-out of its iTunes Movie Store, and with it the Apple TV. Just five years after video was first available in iTunes, non-US customers can buy and rent films,” Charlie Sorrel reports for Wired.
“The extent of this new wave is not entirely clear. Spain has movies to buy and rent, and the rumors says that Taiwan, Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Norway, Portugal, and Belgium are also on the list,” Sorrel reports. “There are a few non-US countries, like the UK and Germany, which already have access to video.”
Sorrel reports, “The Apple TV is also showing up in online Apple Stores.”
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