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iTunes issue downgrades 4K movies to HD resolution for some customers

[2019-05-14 20:13:55]

An issue with 4K-resolution movies offered on iTunes has started to surface on Twitter, with customers complaining 4K movies bought through the digital storefront are being downgraded in resolution to HD, with no obvious reason as to why the change is occurring.

iTunes issue downgrades 4K movies to HD resolution for some customers


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