I would strongly suggest to use a good quality whole cranberry sauce such as Ocean Spray it will really make a difference to the flavor and texture of the filling --- if desired this will also work great using a crumb topping in place of a top crust, I have listed the ingredients and amounts at the bottom of the recipe, or use your own favorite crumb topping recipe.
This recipe is from my grandma, though it's not really a pie as there's no crust. It works well to cut the sugar and sugar/flour/butter mixtures in half, but I'm putting the recipe here mostly as it came to me. The recipe says to fill half the pan with apples, then sprinkle with cinnamon, then fill the other half with apples, sprinkle with cinnamon again, then top, so I'm estimating the cinnamon but I counted the apples I used when I made it last. I prefer to use brown sugar.
This is such a handy recipe to have during apple season! This filling is AMAZING! Just can a bunch of apple pie filling and those apple pies for Thanksgiving and Chrstmas will take you no time at all. Just make a crust and bake! It also works great for cobbler, or just heated up with some vanilla ice cream. Just a note: If you are baking an apple pie with this canned pie filling, bake it at 425 degrees for 15 minutes, reduce heat to 325 degrees and bake for another 40 minutes. The apples are already cooked.
This apple pie comes together in a snap. Thus, the recipe title. It uses refrigerated pie crust and makes two pies. I bake them one at a time since my oven will only accommodate that. McCormack has a similar recipe, but I changed some things to make it to our liking.