Deadpool 4K HDR £6.99 @ iTunes
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Deadpool 4K HDR £6.99 @ iTunes

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Found 7th Feb
£19.99 for the 4K blu ray from Amazon

Based upon Marvel Comics’ most unconventional anti-hero, DEADPOOL tells the origin story of former Special Forces operative turned mercenary Wade Wilson (Ryan Reynolds), who adopts the alter ego Deadpool after a rogue experiment leaves him with accelerated healing powers. Armed with his new abilities and a dark, twisted sense of humor, Deadpool goes after the man who nearly destroyed his life.
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Would have voted hot if on some other site other than iTunes. Apple TV 4k is so expensive and using my iPhone to play it with Lightning to hdmi 1.4 cable will only give poor results.
Edited by: "sam_of_london" 7th Feb
You can hardly compare iTunes and a psychical copy of the film from Amazon.
peter1969uk6 m ago

You can hardly compare iTunes and a psychical copy of the film from Amazon.


Why not?
peter1969uk15 m ago

You can hardly compare iTunes and a psychical copy of the film from Amazon.



You can as to be fair, the quality on Apple TV is pretty close (with regards to the picture quality to a UHD disc copy.) It’s let down by it’s audio though in my opinion.
Edited by: "Biddy2" 8th Feb
5Rivers793 m ago

Why not?


One is streamed or downloaded only (iTunes), the other has a download and streaming version and also comes with a Disk, which will give you better quality as its not so compressed. Also the Amazon version is not reliant on internet connection.
peter1969uk1 m ago

One is streamed or downloaded only (iTunes), the other has a download and …One is streamed or downloaded only (iTunes), the other has a download and streaming version and also comes with a Disk, which will give you better quality as its not so compressed. Also the Amazon version is not reliant on internet connection.



How will you order from amazon without an internet connection?
Good price OP. However, if you setup a US account it can be had for a couple quid. Voted hot though.
5Rivers791 m ago

How will you order from amazon without an internet connection?


And the point of that comment?
Streamed bitrate on UHD content is approx 15mbs, a Blu-ray UHD can go up to 128mbs (that’s max of course)the quality on a physical disc will wipe the floor with a streamed version

(and that’s not taking into account the audio)
Edited by: "sh1no8i" 8th Feb
I wonder why am I still seeing this for £6.99 on iTunes
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idontwannabeyouanymore41 m ago

I wonder why am I still seeing this for £6.99 on iTunes [Image]


Ah right will expire cheers
sam_of_london3 h, 53 m ago

Would have voted hot if on some other site other than iTunes. Apple TV 4k …Would have voted hot if on some other site other than iTunes. Apple TV 4k is so expensive and using my iPhone to play it with Lightning to hdmi 1.4 cable will only give poor results.


You appear to be mixing up this deal with an Apple TV 4K deal. If this was a deal for an Apple TV 4K deal your opinion on the hardware to vote cold may be relevant. Also you cannot get 4K quality from a 1.4 hdmi cable from your iPhone and UHD blu ray players (xbox one s etc) are around the same price as an apple tv 4K and the movies are generally much cheaper than on disc, so I really cannot see the point you are trying to make anyway.
5Rivers796 h, 52 m ago

How will you order from amazon without an internet connection?


You see, the great thing about physical discs is that they can be given or lent to friends. Physical discs are also sold in shops. So you don't need an internet connection. Not only that, they have a resell value.

Also, to go back to your original point (which was buying a streaming film on Amazon I think), lots of people have an internet connection, but do not have a stable connection that can consistently maintain the correct streaming bitrate.
Edited by: "Yas" 8th Feb
sh1no8i4 h, 52 m ago

Streamed bitrate on UHD content is approx 15mbs, a Blu-ray UHD can go up …Streamed bitrate on UHD content is approx 15mbs, a Blu-ray UHD can go up to 128mbs (that’s max of course)the quality on a physical disc will wipe the floor with a streamed version (and that’s not taking into account the audio)



15mbs is content on Netflix and I believe Amazon Video, not iTunes.

Video comparisons have shown that UHD discs do not wipe the floor at all compared to Apple TV 4K.

I find it amusing that those who believe that discs are way better are people who have never even seen a iTunes 4K stream.


Yas33 m ago

You see, the great thing about physical discs is that they can be given or …You see, the great thing about physical discs is that they can be given or lent to friends. Physical discs are also sold in shops. So you don't need an internet connection. Not only that, they have a resell value.Also, to go back to your original point (which was buying a streaming film on Amazon I think), lots of people have an internet connection, but do not have a stable connection that can consistently maintain the correct streaming bitrate.



It’s called sarcasm

You see the great thing about Apple 4K streams is that you can family share your movies with quite a few accounts and not have to worry about family or friends scratching your disc. In fact family sharing if used cleverly like how people do on their consoles drives the price even lower as you can share the cost of purchases.

UHD are such a niche product right now that I have only really seen HMV hold a decent level of stock. Tesco has some, Asda has none at a couple of stores near me.

Lastly the resell value of a disc. You will lose about a fiver or so when selling it on. A fair few 4k titles on iTunes are priced at £5. Find me a disc at that price and I’ll happily buy it over a stream.
5Rivers793 h, 36 m ago

Lastly the resell value of a disc. You will lose about a fiver or so when …Lastly the resell value of a disc. You will lose about a fiver or so when selling it on. A fair few 4k titles on iTunes are priced at £5. Find me a disc at that price and I’ll happily buy it over a stream.


You might have a point with your last paragraph! And I haven't tried 4K streaming it's true. But I've tried regular HD streaming, and unless I can download it to a tablet, I won't bother. On our large lounge TV it's very inferior (to Blu-ray), and quite often the connection gets shaky and you end up with sub DVD quality.

Lots more advantages to physical as well as those I've already listed. Sound, extras, better subtitling options.

I think there's room for both kinds (physical and streaming) to be honest.
Yas19 m ago

You might have a point with your last paragraph! And I haven't tried 4K …You might have a point with your last paragraph! And I haven't tried 4K streaming it's true. But I've tried regular HD streaming, and unless I can download it to a tablet, I won't bother. On our large lounge TV it's very inferior (to Blu-ray), and quite often the connection gets shaky and you end up with sub DVD quality.Lots more advantages to physical as well as those I've already listed. Sound, extras, better subtitling options.I think there's room for both kinds (physical and streaming) to be honest.


HD streaming is inferior to Blu-ray I agree. However 4k streaming is much better than Blu-ray and on my 50mb virgin media connection have not buffered once. I’m not sure how the Apple TV 4k does this but streaming has been buttery smooth for me so far.

Sound I agree with. Lack of atmos is a real let down so Apple need to hurry up and make good on their promise of it being added in an update.

Plenty of extras with iTunes Extras and subtitles.

Yes there is room for both but with the cheap prices, movies like this deserve heat.
Yas1 h, 33 m ago

You might have a point with your last paragraph! And I haven't tried 4K …You might have a point with your last paragraph! And I haven't tried 4K streaming it's true. But I've tried regular HD streaming, and unless I can download it to a tablet, I won't bother. On our large lounge TV it's very inferior (to Blu-ray), and quite often the connection gets shaky and you end up with sub DVD quality.Lots more advantages to physical as well as those I've already listed. Sound, extras, better subtitling options.I think there's room for both kinds (physical and streaming) to be honest.


Just to comment on downloads. You can download iTunes movies to iPad, iPhone, Mac and PC. Its just Apple TV you cannot and its streaming only. So if you have a 4K monitor for your Mac or PC it may be possible to achieve what you are wanting, or just wait for the technology to progress
Can someone clear something up for me. I' in the process of legitimizing my 'plex' setup. There are various ones I want in 4k. I' happy with Digital copies as a legitimate version, but can't for the life of me find any info about apple 4k or Amazon 4k. They both say they do it but I can't find anything on the Amazon store, and it appears I need a apple t.v. to browse the ITunes store. Any tips or other websites I should be looking at?

As I said, if I have a official downloaded version or not I'll download it anyway for plex but I want a legitimate owner version in my catalog for legal reasons.
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