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Apple is offering customers the chance to download TV programs for the new iPhone, writes Claudine Beaumont
Apple this morning announced that UK customers of its iTunes music store will now be able to download episodes of hit TV shows including Lost, Desperate Housewives, Grey's Anatomy and Ugly Betty.
There are currently 28 programmes available for purchase via the iTunes store, at a cost of £1.89 per episode, with more to follow in the coming months, and Apple says that the programmes will be "near-DVD quality".
People will then be able to watch downloaded shows on their PC or Mac,
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Apple offers TV show subscriptions
iTunes is launching the service in the US (no news on a UK launch for this or even TV downloads) in partnership with Viacom's Comedy Central Network, which is initially offering up "The Daily Show with Jon Stewart" and "The Colbert Report" on the service. Fans will be able to buy the next month's series of 16 new episodes for $9.99, or to pay $1.99 per episode.
The addition of TV subscriptions could be followed by movie downloads on the iTunes service if current rumours prove to be founded.