yeah that sounds about right.
Called Apple, we’re gonna do a three way call with a MA rep to see what’s up with the 4K streaming.
I don’t expect it to go anywhere, but it’ll be interesting nonetheless
I am honestly shocked at how responsive apple is when it comes to iTunes content. I bought a movie from them a few years back that was fine. I went to watch it like a year later and the audio track was completely messed up/unusable. So I opened a ticket and they said they couldn't do anything, about it because the movie was no longer available for purchase (it wasn't), and that I would have to contact Warner Brothers and tell them the movie was messed up and they had to send a new file to apple.
So I contacted Warner, and they basically told me it was apple's problem.
So I went back to apple and told them Warner told me it was their (Apple's) problem, and the rep asked me to forward them the email that Warner sent me.
Then I didn't hear anything.
For about 5 weeks.. heh. Then I get an email back from apple saying the file is fixed. I also see the movie is back on the store and my stream of it now works again.
Anywho, can't wait to hear. But yeah, when apple gets involved with a content issue with iTunes, if they aren't telling you "you don't have the rights to watch that", they'll usually take it as far as they need to to get it resolved.
this just syncs the purchases among all participating retailers. What rights you get to the movie will depend on the retailer. iTunes let's you download everything except for 4K (which is streaming only)
I'm not familiar with this kind of service. Do you have to stream it, or you can download it and watch later?