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Grab 10 titles for $10 on iTunes this month

Apple is celebrating a decade of movies being available to download

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Apple is celebrating 10 years of movies being available to rent or purchase on iTunes by offering a couple of different bundled deals.

The deals are broken down by studio, including Lionsgate, Warner Bros., Sony, Universal and Paramount. Films like Magic Mike, The Hunger Games and Pacific Rim are just some of the titles that have been discounted for the month.

Interestingly enough, despite the close relationship that Disney and Apple have had with each other for years, the studio isn’t a part of the deal. That means that films within the Marvel Cinematic Universe and Lucasfilm’s most recent Star Wars title, Star Wars: The Force Awakens, won’t be available in a discounted bundle. Pixar movies will also not be offered at a discounted price.

When former Apple CEO Steve Jobs announced that movies were coming to iTunes in 2006, he spoke at large about the "near-DVD image quality" of the films, according to The Verge.

More information about the bundles can be found here.

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