Apple HD Movie Trailers
The Apple website has long offered free movie trailers on their website but only in recent times have they started offering HD content in 480p, 720p and 1080p resolutions. Apple has exclusive deals with the film producers to host their newest movie trailers on their website and there are indeed plenty to choose from and really high quality ones at that. It's definitely one to bookmark!
Before you can watch trailers from the Apple website, you'll need to download and install QuickTime software since they are all in their mov file format. It's free and won't take you long to get up and running.
We'll provide some screenshots of the 1080p content available from the Apple website. Keep in mind they are compressed, so the quality is not going to be as good as the actual trailers but they'll give you a good idea of what is available. Click on the images below for the full 1080p screenshot.
Get a tissue ready if you have a drool problem...
Impressed yet? I bloody well certainly am! Let's move on!
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