You're ignoring the complete convenience of iTMS and the fact that most consumers don't really care about having the quality higher than 128kbps.archurban said:it's the same thought like this. why you buy songs through ITS (it's only 128kbps!). go to shop, get CD. better quality, it comes with nice booklet as well. it was begun 3 years ago (2003) that many people complained. now what's happened? so many people download digital music. it's trend, culture. you will see the same thing happend for movie download next 3-5 years. Apple just starts it early as it always does.
I'm wondering how iTunes will mesh with the traditional Disney model of putting their prized products on the market for brief periods and then pulling them to create demand....The Toon Master said:im still suprised that disney hasnt uploaded all their animated movies, but then again, i dotn really care since i dont like disney and most of its subsideraries (cept pixar of course)
My preference is to rent movies. While the number of new movies available to buy through itunes seems to be increasing the delay in being able to rent them bugs me. Does anyone know why you can rent a new release at blockbuster but only buy the same release on itunes?Is it just me, or are you somewhat disappointed that the selection of Movies on iTMS isn't expanding?
Anyone else have issue with the actual quality of films in the rental section? I've been looking at the UK section, and looking at the rottentomatoes scores, there are a lot of duds in there. Anyone else agree?Is it just me, or are you somewhat disappointed that the selection of Movies on iTMS isn't expanding?