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iTunes Problem Reporting Hints at Movie Rentals
Tuesday, September 11th, 2007 at 11:25 AM - by
Speculation about movie rentals coming to the iTunes Store took an official turn over the weekend, as Mac shareware developer David Watanabe found a Movie Rental option in the iTunes "Report a Problem" process. In a pulldown list of reasons for the problem you are reporting, reasons such as "Accidental Purchase" or "Did Not Receive," nestled in amidst category choices Ringtone and Movie was a category called "Movie Rental."
Mr. Watanabe's screenshot was uploaded to Flickr over the weekend, and the presence of the Movie Rental category was confirmed by Engadget. It has since been removed, and Apple still has not announced plans for offering a movie rental service.
The screenshot posted by Mr. Watanabe showing a Movie Rental category in iTunes
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