Halloween is this weekend, which means it's time to start binge-watching your favorite horror movies. And Apple wants to help. For a limited time, iTunes is offering big discounts on a number of scary and supernatural hits like Overlord, The Crazies, The Omen and Silent Hill. Prices start at $5, and we also have family-friendly frights under $10 and bundles under $20. Check out the full roundup below!
It's time for another round of iTunes movie deals. This week Apple has discounted a number of great films including Nobody, the recently-released, critically-acclaimed thriller starring Bob Odenkirk, and the popular 4-movie Insidious collection. We've highlighted our favorite movie and bundle deals below.
With Halloween on the horizon, iTunes has launched a scary movie sale. Hits like The Blair Witch Project and The Cabin In the Woods are on sale right now for just $5, and we also have $8 horror films and discounted movie bundles. Check out the full roundup below!
Apple came with the heat this week for its latest iTunes movie sale. As the headline reads, you can pick up incredible titles like Source Code, Enemy of the State, Man On Fire, Law Abiding Citizen and more for just $5. We've rounded up a ton of our favorites, from various categories, for you below.
In this week's iTunes movie deals roundup we have classic mob movies like Scarface and Casino starting at $8. We also have family-friendly blockbusters starting at just $6, and of course the usual $5 steals. Gone Girl, District 9 and Law Abiding Citizen are all included. Check out our full roundup below
The title says it all, if you're a fan of movies, you have to check out the massive sale iTunes is hosting right now. Top titles from action, classic, thriller and even sci-fi genres have been discounted down to $5. Some of our favorites include Us, Tombstone, Smokin' Aces, Enemy of the State and Lord of War. Check out the full roundup below.
If you missed out on last week's sales extravaganza, never fear, iDB still has you covered. We've got some great iTunes movie deals this week including Hell or Highwater + Sicario movie bundle for $10, Grandma's Boy for just $5, and much more. Check out our full roundup below.
Heads up movie-lovers, iTunes is hosting a massive summer movie sale. Now I know you're probably thinking, "whatever Cody, it's just another iTunes sale," but you couldn't be more wrong. This week we have films like Sicario and Knives Out starting at just $5, Marvel movies for $8, and bundles starting at $13. Trust me, you don't want to miss this one.
The iDB movie deals roundup is back with some big discounts on iTunes movies. This week Apple is featuring back to school flicks like Superbad and Mean Girls for $8, and we also have some great blockbusters on sale for $5, and movie bundles under $20. Check out the full roundup below.
Many people seem to be hit with what seems to be a new Apple TV software bug across platforms, with some folks complaining about no audio in purchased movies.
Apple has reportedly signed a first-look deal with a local production company that will eventually pave the way for Russian-language movies and TV shows to appear on Apple TV+.
Apple’s Music app was designed specifically for housing music-related content. This includes streaming via Apple Music and playing from your locally-stored Music Library.
But according to iOS developer Daniel, there’s more to the modern day Music app than meets the eye. This much becomes evident when looking at his newly released and free ShowMeTV jailbreak tweak.