One of the best enhancements introduced in iOS 5 was the ability to download content you'd purchased through Apple to any device. While apps and music have long been supported, Apple has now extended that ability to work with movies purchased through the Australian store. Handy if you want to access your content on an unsynced device, though I'd avoid downloading movies over 3G if you don't want to chew through your data allowance. [MacRumors]
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