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iTunes rentals now last 48 hours in the U.S.

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iTunes rentals now last 48 hours in the U.S.

Ever really feel like there simply don't seem to be sufficient hours in the day? Yeah, us too. Sadly, no person can prevent the unremitting march of time (but). However we do have excellent information: You now have an additional 24 hours to complete that film you rented.

Along side the liberate of Apple TV 4K nowadays, Apple up to date their movie rental policy to increase the window of time in which rented films, as soon as began, will also be watched. Sooner than the update, U.S. customers handiest had 24 hours to complete looking at their selected movie. Now they have got a complete 48, all the way through which they may be able to watch their content material as repeatedly as they prefer till it expires. It is a long-awaited and welcome alternate for iTunes customers, bearing in mind the 48-hour watch window has been to be had for moderately awhile now in different places reminiscent of the U.Ok. and Canada.

Like with the previous 24-hour window, the 48-hour timer does not start till you've got in reality began your film. After you pay to your condo, you've got 30 days to start out looking at it. After that 30 days is up, if you have not watched it, you will have to shell out the money to hire it another time. That is true even for movies you obtain to observe offline — whether or not you might be attached to Wi-Fi or no longer, the 48-hour timer will nonetheless get started once you press play for your variety. After your condo duration has ended, the film will disappear out of your iTunes library.

Ideas? Questions?

Are you interested by the prolonged watch window? Higher but, what film will you watch on repeat now that you've two times as lengthy? Tell us in the feedback!


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