Have you seen any of the older James Bond films in 4k yet? There is a drastic improvement in the sharpness of the image with four-times the pixel resolution as 1080p. Apple was the first to offer the entire franchise in Digital 4k when the Apple TV 4k was released a couple of years ago with the exception of two non-EON Production films.
And, as far as we know Apple is the only place you can get the Bond titles in 4k. As it stands none of the James Bond films including late titles like Skyfall or Spectre have been released to Digital UHD Ultra HD Blu-ray, nevermind Digital 4k.
For some reason On Her Majesty’s Secret Service starring George Lazenby has been reduced to $9.99 in Digital 4k, while the rest of the franchise titles are $14.99. Maybe fans of Lazenby are getting the royal treatment?
The 4k movie does not feature HDR10 or Dolby Vision (none of the Bond films do), and audio is provided in iTunes’ standard Dolby Digital 5.1 surround with subtitles in English, French and Spanish.
What’s more, the digital purchase includes iTunes Extras with commentary from director Peter Hunt, cast, and crew, original theatrical trailers, promotional materials, image galleries, and several featurettes.