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Passengers, Bleed for This, Nerve, and other movies on sale in iTunes right now

Apple has updated its iTunes Movie promotions with new deals on films featuring young Hollywood stars like Passengers and Bleed for This. It is also offering some great discounts on blockbuster hits like The Revenant and Kingsman: Secret Service. Check out the full list below.

Young Hollywood

Animated Action

Other Movie Deals


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How to watch HDR movies on your iPad Pro

There was a lot of big news regarding 4K and HDR video content recently. Apple launched the new Apple TV 4K that has support for multiple forms of HDR (including Dolby Vision) alongside 4K. The iTunes Store also got new 4K and HDR content. If you made purchases that are now available in 4K, Apple would even upgrade them to 4K for free. Lastly, Apple has dramatically brought down the price of 4K, making it the same price as any other HD videos in iTunes. It didn’t stop there, however, as HDR video is also now available on the new iPad Pros running iOS 11.... Read the rest of this post here


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Apple TV 4K HDR Content Begins to Appear in the iTunes Store

Apple on Thursday began making 4K HDR content available in its iTunes Store. The new content began appearing in the store one day ahead of the start of preorders for the Cupertino firm’s new Apple TV 4K set top streaming box.

4K HDR Content Begins to Appear in the iTunes Store

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Apple began the process late in the day, and only certain titles are currently offered with 4K HDR support. It seems the company is rolling out availability by region, starting with the U.S.

Movies, television episodes, and other video content available in 4K HDR will be designated by special icons, as shown in the screenshot above.

The designations are reportedly not appearing uniformly across platforms at this time, as AppleInsider reports some movies are displaying the “4K” and “Dolby Vision” icons on iOS, but not the Mac.

Apple TV 4K preorders also went live on Friday ahead of a September 22 release. The new box is powered by an A10X Fusion chip, and can output video at a resolution of 3,840-by-2,160 pixels and offers support for HDR standards.

The new 4K and HDR-capable set top streaming box is currently showing a September 22 delivery date for the 32GB model, while the 64 GB model has seen its shipping estimated slip to 2 – 3 weeks. The 32GB model is priced at $179, while the 64GB version comes runs $199.

Don’t Expect to View 4K Disney Movies on Your New Apple TV 4K

Apple on Tuesday unveiled the Apple TV 4K, their new set top box that will bring 4K HDR content to your 4K HDR -capable television. During the unveiling, the Cupertino firm announced viewers will be able to buy 4K movies for the same price as HD movies, ($20). Movies already purchased in HD will be available in 4K at no extra cost.

Don't Expect to View 4K Disney Movies on Your New Apple TV 4K

During the announcement, Apple quickly showed a slide displaying the movie studios that will offer 4K HDR content. Studios participating include: 20th Century Fox, Lionsgate, Paramount, Sony, Warner Bros., and Universal Pictures. Notice one major studio missing from that list?

The Wall Street Journal reports Disney will not be participating.

The one absence from Apple’s list of big studios selling movies in UHD is Disney. It wasn’t immediately clear why the company behind Star Wars and Marvel couldn’t reach an arrangement with Apple. It currently sells its films in 4K on other digital stores, such as Wal-Mart Stores Inc.’s Vudu, for $24.99.

A Disney spokesman declined to comment.

Disney’s absence is particularly notable given a longstanding close relationship between the two companies. Disney Chief Executive Robert Iger is on Apple’s board of directors and Disney was the first studio to sell television shows and movies on iTunes.

Early on, it was reported that Apple was having issues during negotiations with some major studios over the price of 4K content. Some studios were pushing to have the price set some where in the $25 to $30 range. It appears Disney was one of those studios, and drew a line in the sand, becoming the lone holdout.

Foxcatcher, Life, E.T. and other movies on sale in iTunes right now

This week’s iTunes Movie deals include indie hits such as Foxcatcher and Cartel Land, and blockbusters like John Wick and Pacific Rim. Check out the full list below.

$5 Indie Movies

Other Movie Deals


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