iTunes Rentals

Woz hit on something with iTunes rentals that I also didn’t like. To recap, when you rent a movie in iTunes you have 30 days to start the movie but once you begin it you have just 24 hours to finish it. That is a little short, they could have made it a 72 hour clock from when you start it. I rented 3:10 to Yuma and run out of battery with 50 minutes to go and was a little irritated the next day when I realized I had to watch the rest of it or lose it.

But he criticised the 24-hour time limit given to users who rent shows via the device and said the quality of YouTube videos played on it was poor.

[From Woz finds flaws in Apple's latest offerings - BizTech - Technology - smh.com.au]

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