Wash the apples.*
Remove any bad spots from the apples.
Core the apples and cut them up into chunks, either peeling them or leaving the peeling intact. Throw the chunks and peelings into your Instant Pot.
Remove the stem and the blossom ends of the apple cores, and throw the cores into the pot.
Add enough water to cover about half of the apples. In this case, we used about 5 pounds of apples and 5 cups of water.
Close your Instant Pot, and set it to Pressure Cook on Normal for 6 minutes.
Allow the valve to naturally release after cooking.
Once cooking is done, strain the juice from your apples.* You can do this using either a mesh strainer, flour sack towels, or cheesecloth.
Let the juice drip into a container for an hour or so.*
Once you have all the juice you can possibly get, pour the juice into a pitcher or cups for drinking.
For what to do with leftovers, see the Recipe Notes.*