It certainly doesn’t feel like it but it has been ten full years since Apple started selling digital movies through iTunes. It’s a big thing for the company that has seen revenues from the iTunes Store jump several times over in just one decade so it’s rightly commemorating this milestone. For one day only, Apple is offering $10 bundles which include ten movies from major studios like Lionsgate and Warner Bros.


It was back in 2006 when Steve Jobs announced in a keynote that Apple will start selling digital movies via iTunes. It started off with 75 films sourced from four studios owned by Disney. Fast forward ten years and the iTunes Store now plays host to more than 85,000 movies.

Bear in mind that this offer is limited to customers in the United States. They can get bundles of ten files for $10 from Apple for one day only, so if you fit the bill, don’t miss out on this great opportunity.

Titles being offered in these bundles include films from studios like Lionsgate, Warner Bros., Sony Pictures, Universal, and Paramount. A wide variety of genres are covered in these bundles so there’s bound to be something for everyone.

Bundles include films like Magic Mike, The Hangover, and Pacific Rim from Warner Bros., and Twilight, The Hunger Games, and No Country for Old Men from Lionsgate.

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