Apple Extends iTunes Movie Rentals to 48 Hours in the U.S.

Apple Extends iTunes Movie Rentals to 48 Hours in the U.S.

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Apple has extended the time you have to watch a movie rental once starting it to 48 hours in the United States.

The change was noted in an updated support document today...

New:
You have 30 days to start watching a movie after you rent it. After you start watching the movie, you have 48 hours to finish it. You can watch the movie as often as you like until it expires.

Old:
You have 30 days to start watching a movie after you rent it. After you start watching the movie, you have 24 hours (in the United States) or 48 hours (elsewhere) to finish it. You can watch the movie as often as you like until it expires.

In addition to the new lengthier rental period, users can now rent movies in 4K; however, as we noted earlier, 4K movies can only be streamed and not downloaded.

More details about renting movies from iTunes can be found at the link below...

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Apple Extends iTunes Movie Rentals to 48 Hours in the U.S.
Curtixman - September 23, 2017 at 4:14pm
It still blows my mind that people still rent movies.
Huh? - September 24, 2017 at 4:16pm
As opposed to what? Buying them or stealing them?
evilsearch - September 23, 2017 at 10:30am
3x24hours sounds more reasonable.
Duh! - September 22, 2017 at 10:58pm
IT'S ABOUT F'ING TIME!!!!!
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