iTunes Movies Is Turning 10, Apple Celebrates It With $10 Movie Bundles


This month ten years ago, iTunes launched digital movies with only 75 titles. All of these movie titles were owned by Disney in which the largest shareholder was Apple's late CEO, Steve Jobs. Now, iTunes has grown big and offers up to 85,000 feature length movies. These movies can either be purchased or rented at will. Apple is celebrating its 10 years of iTunes Movies by offering six ten-movie bundles that you can purchase for just $10 each. Let's dive in to see some more details on Apple's 10 years of iTunes Movies celebration.

iTunes Movies Offering Six Ten-Movie Bundles For Just $10 Only For Today

Apple's offer for ten-movie bundle for $10 is valid for customers in the United States. Moreover, if you're interested, the offer is valid only for today. So be sure to get one or more today. The bundled movies are packed with releases from Universal, Paramount, Warner Bros, Lionsgate and Sony Pictures. These cover a wide variety of movies that you can choose from such as The Hangover, Pcific Rim, No Country, Twilight, The Hunger Games and much more.

Here's what Apple has to say about it:

We can’t believe it’s been ten years since we first launched iTunes Movies. We’ve loved every minute of finding new ways for viewers to connect with and collect their favorite movies, as well as new ones we can’t get enough of. We’re celebrant by taking a look back at some of the biggest and best movies that have one out since we hit the scene. Explore a variety of bundles, top sellers and more from throughout the years.

For all you movie fanatics out there, Apple's offer for a series of ten-movie bundle is definitely worth checking out. Doing the math, each movie costs a single dollar. This is definitely a good deal for movie buff customers. It's even better if you buy more than one bundle. This is because the movies included in the bundles are quite good and hooking. So if you're interested in getting these bundles, be sure to do it today. After today, all of the movies would return to their normal prices and might cost more than enough per a single title.

This is it for now, folks. What do you think about Apple's iTunes Movies? Are you guys planning on buying the one of the six ten-movie bundles? Share your thoughts with us in the comments section below.