How To Check Full List Of 4K / HDR Movies On iTunes The Easy Way

Here’s how you can check full list of 4K / HDR movies on iTunes offered by Apple which are served up in stunning resolution for use on brand new Apple TV 4K set-top box.

The release of Apple TV 4K has meant that Apple also needed to provide content in the form of movies and TV shows in a format and resolution which makes the best use of the new set-top box. Apple has periodically been updating content on the iTunes Store to offer 4K and HDR versions but it isn’t immediately obvious which ones offer this type of quality. The handy little process below, which involves the downloading of a free app, will instantly let you know which movies are 4K-compatible.

Step 1: First of all, you are going to need to download and install the CheapCharts: Your Media Deals app which makes this search instantly possible. You can download it free-of-charge from the following direct iTunes link, or through the download link at the bottom of this post.

Step 2: Once installed, launch the app just like you would with any other app installed from the App Store. You’ll notice that there is a menu button in the navigation bar which looks like three horizontal lines. Tap that to bring the side menu system in.

Step 3: From the list of menu options select the Movies in 4K option. This will instantly load the main interface and pass in all of the movies which are available in 4K HDR on the iTunes Store.

Step 4: You can now optionally set the list’s order alphabetically, or by release date. When you find one that appeals to you, tap on it to load the detailed information.

If you want to purchase or rent the movie, then tapping on the price button will pass you through the Apple’s own iTunes Store app to make that purchase and you can then watch in all 4K glory on your Apple TV 4K.

(Download: CheapCharts for iPhone and iPad on the App Store)

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