Apple dvd cleaning discs to be available in Australia this year
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The Apple TV is coming to Australia this November, but if you want to see it play your favourite video on your iPad, you’ll need to buy a new DVD player.
Apple is launching its dvd playback service in Australia and New Zealand this year and will launch the service across the region in 2017, a company spokesperson said on Wednesday.
The dvd-cleaning service is available to customers of Apple’s new Apple TV service that launches in New Zealand and Australia on November 1.
It costs $14.99 per month for a three-month contract.
The dvd scanning service will also be available to those who purchase an Apple TV set-top box, the company said.
The service is free.
It’s worth noting that Apple did not make the move to remove DRM from the iTunes store in 2017.
DRM is the system that makes it impossible for Apple to remove content from customers’ digital devices and play it on their TVs.
In an interview with the New York Times in June, Apple CEO Tim Cook said that the company would not remove DRM because DRM is an infringement of the freedoms of all consumers.
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