iTunes Review September 2019: price, features, content |
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iTunes Review | Price, Features and Content

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All the latest movies, accessible from any Apple device.

Originally designed by Apple to sync music to iPods, iTunes now offers access to apps, movies, and TV shows as well. You can either rent movies to watch within a specific time period, or pay for a permanent version which you can download to your device.

Price and packages

iTunes doesn’t have a monthly subscription package, it works on a pay-as-you-go basis. Meaning that you only pay for shows or movies that you rent or download.

TV Shows

Episode Entire Season
Price From $1.99 From $19.99


Rent Buy
Price From $4.99 From $9.99

What devices is iTunes compatible with?

iTunes is available as software on Windows and Mac OS computers, or in app form for iOS devices (iPhones, iPads, and iPods).

Top picks on iTunes

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How do I sign up to iTunes?

If you already have an Apple device, then you should automatically have iTunes and an Apple ID, which is required to rent or buy content from the store. If you have lost your username or password then it is easy to recover at the sign in screen.

iTunes pros and cons


  • Optimised for Apple devices like iPad, iPhone, and Mac
  • Wide selection of recent titles
  • Can pay using iTunes gift cards, which are often discounted


  • Expensive option for heavy users
  • Walled garden service (with the exception of PCs)


iTunes is a solid choice if you want to have access to recent movies and TV shows, and don’t mind paying for individual access. If you want access on a mobile device other than an iPhone, you may prefer to look elsewhere.

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