Apple to launch full-length movie downloads?
According to a report from Macworld UK, Apple will next week announce that it’s going to start selling full-length movie downloads through its iTunes Store.
The forecast of Apple’s movie intentions comes from American Technology Research analyst Shaw Wu, who told clients "there is a greater than 50 per cent chance that Apple will announce its first, full-length feature films available for download on iTunes". Wu further claimed that Apple will announce Intel-based iBooks and an "entry-level Mac Mini, both of which will now include a remote control and FrontRow software".
"What will make this new consumer notebook unique and likely a top seller is its small size and widescreen cinema display. Pricing should be competitive in the $1,299 to $1,499 range," he added.
We’ll have the news as it happens next week at Tech Digest.
Via The Register
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