Rumor is going around that Apple is in the midst of talks with News Corp over a deal to offer 99-cent TV show rentals on iTunes. The interesting feature of this deal is that instead of renting an individual show for 99 cents, Apple will only require subscribers to pay 99-cents a month in order to access all of the episodes of a specific TV show. This means that instead of paying 99 cents per episode, you could opt to pay $12 in order to enjoy the service for a whole year. Perhaps this deal will be one of the main features of the updated iTunes store. The rumor originates from sources that claim to have connections to Apple and if that means that we’ll be getting good deals on the latest shows, we’re not going to complain.
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