Apple and Disney may be working together to develop video and multimedia on demand services via MobileMe, an interesting Patently Apple report speculates today.

Reaching for the notion, the report cites an October 2009 Apple patent. This patent enables a system by which MobileMe members could, for example, partially view television or any video content on their iPhone and then switch to viewing the media on an Apple TV, a Mac or what have you on their return home, where they would continue viewing that content from exactly where they stopped watching without having to manually reposition playback of the video.

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