Allow me to spend on Itunes!

Discussion in 'Apple TV and Home Theater' started by Cajuru, Feb 13, 2008.

  1. Cajuru macrumors newbie

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    If you purchased an Amazing Apple TV Take 2 but Itunes Store is not available in your country, please send a message saying: APPLE: WHY DON`T YOU WANT OUR MONEY???
     
  2. FreeState macrumors 68000

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    You do know Apple is already working on this right? In addition if you want it to go faster I recommend you contact the content distributor in your country - they are the ones that hold this up, not Apple (Apple cant sell or rent movies it does not have the rights to distribute).
     
  3. Cajuru thread starter macrumors newbie

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    What about Disney?

    I can imagine how hard it is to negotiate such distribution agreement, in particular considering Apple TV's disruptive potential. I bought a PS3 in December for its HD capabilities, but after seeing Apple TV HD content I realized that PS3 Blu-Ray will become obsolete much faster than I imagined.

    My question is: Why isn't DISNEY content available everywhere??? I am certain other distributors would have to follow suit if Disney begins to show huge windfall profits from content sales in emerging markets, for example.

    Apple: Why don't you want our money?!
     
  4. FreeState macrumors 68000

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    Disney/Sony/Name of Studio is set up in each country with its own individual rules for content delivery etc - in addition the copyright holders in each country are different - even for the same studios. Studios routinely sell the rights of their movies distribution to others internationally.

    Again: its the studios not Apple.
     
  5. Cajuru thread starter macrumors newbie

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    You're right... But...

    You are probably right, it is just so frustrating to spend US$300 on Blu-ray Discs (which I did last month on Amazon) instead of downloading almost 100 titles from Itunes.

    When will market forces prevail??? Dinosaurs (studios), evolve!
     

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