Apple TV announced new HD content in the iTunes library today. ABC, CBS, FOX, and NBC shows are now all available in high definition. As expected, HD episodes are a dollar more than standard-def episodes at $2.99 each.
Maybe this is why Apple’s Steve Jobs deflected the MacBook Blu-ray integration question at this week’s keynote address by saying “the licensing of the tech is so complex.” It seems they have their own HD thing going on.
“With over 200 million episodes sold, iTunes customers have proven they love watching television on their computer, iPod, iPhone and TV with Apple TV,” said Eddy Cue, Apple’s VP of Internet Services.
Some of the hit TV shows now available in HD from the added networks include: Life on Mars (ABC), Grey’s Anatomy (ABC), CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (CBS) and House (Fox).