The Financial Times is reporting that Apple could be planning to offer online video rentals. The company is reportedly in talks with the major movie studios. Unlike competing services Amazon Unbox or Movielink, Apple customers can buy movies from the iTunes store, but they cannot rent them. While downloaded movies usually sell for $10 to $15, Apple could charge $2.99 per rental. You'd be able to...
Apple is rumored to be launching iTunes movie rentals. The news will apparently be dropped by none other then Steve Jobs at his Keynote address at Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco on August 7-11th. Think Secret has said that Apple has deals with Disney, Universal, Paramount, and Warner Bros. studios to rent out videos, and not sell them. Since the videos will be purchased...
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