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Apple TV arrives in Brazil for first time

updated 01:15 pm EST, Tue December 13, 2011

Made possible by iTunes Store expansion

Brazilians can now finally buy the Apple TV, checks show. Locally the set-top costs R$399, or just under $218 US. While the main sources of content are iTunes and iCloud, users can also watch video from Vimeo and YouTube, or push media to a TV from an AirPlay-capable iOS handheld.

The arrival of the Apple TV in Brazil coincides with the launch of the iTunes Store in the country. Selection is currently limited to a little over thousand movies, and no TV shows. It usually takes some time, however, for Apple to secure the rights to substantial amounts of video in new markets.

by MacNN Staff



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