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iTunes to feature HD movies next year?

Posted on Monday, December 18 2006 @ 06:05:51 CET by

Research firm In-Stat believes Apple will start offering high-def versions of Disney movies on iTunes in 2007.
According to the research firm's predictions, Intel is delivering quad-core CPUs that cry out to decode HDTV, and Apple's Intel-based machines will also bring iTunes into play. AMD, with ATI, can build portable PCs that include HDTV tuners and HDTV graphics accelerators, said In-Stat.

Outside the US, countries that provide very high-speed broadband services, such as Korea, Taiwan, and Japan, can deliver 10GB HDTV files quickly, and Intel's ViiV architecture has connections to content owners and Internet service providers (ISPs) that are ready, willing and able to begin delivering HDTV files over their ultra-high-speed Internet services, In-Stat says.



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