Apple has taken a relatively large leap with their iCloud service through the step of adding in content from Universal Studios to the list of movies and videos where users of the ‘iTunes in the cloud’ service are able to download said movies after purchase. Bear in mind that this bit of news comes about from MacRumors, where it would leave Twentieth Century Fox as the ‘Forever Alone’ guy, being the only other major US studio that still does not allow users to download their content onto digital devices directly.
Having said that, content from Universal Studios will not come with the iCloud disclaimer any longer, although content from Fox will still include it. How will this bit of news change the way you approach Apple’s iCloud service? Will you be curious enough to give it a go right away, or do you prefer to wait for feedback from others who have tried it already? If you are part of the former, then enjoy!
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