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Next On Apple's Agenda: Cloud Service For Movies!

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icloud movie service coming soon

iCool!!!!!

Apple has just announced that they'll be creating a cloud service for movies, which is set to launch later this year, or in 2012.

The company's goal with this new movie-base cloud service is to allow anybody who buys iTunes flicks to access them on ANY Apple device!

At the moment, the only other company offering this type of service is UltraViolet, and Apple may even allow consumers to access UV movies on Apple devices. How nice!

Even if they DO allow Ultraviolet movies to play on Apple devices, they will definitely continue to ONLY allow iTunes movies to be played on their own products. It's pretty doubtful that'll ever change though.

This is definitely an exciting announcement, especially for people who buy tons of movies and TV shows on iTunes! It's tough fitting all that stuff on an 8 GB iPad or iPod Touch…

Are U excited for Apple to introduce iCloud service for movies? Have U used Ultraviolet service yet???

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One comment to “Next On Apple's Agenda: Cloud Service For Movies!”



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    I just don't get how they want to bring all of this cloud computing to their devices when AT&T and Verizon have these 2 GB data caps! You'll blow through that immediately, and Verizon's network is probably too slow to even stream music or movies!