GarageBand, iMovie Made Free With Latest IOS Update

GarageBand, iMovie Made Free With Latest IOS Update

GarageBand, iMovie Made Free

 

The Cupertino firm has decided to make GarageBand, iWork and iMovie accessible to all users of MacOS and iOS , for the modest sum of nothing.

 

Since 1 September 2013, the new buyers of a computer or a smartphone stamped enjoy free Apple GarageBand, iMovie and iWork (including Keynote, Pages and Numbers).

Free for all (or almost)

For those with a Mac or iPhone earlier than this date, there were two options available. Either buy $ 4.99 for GarageBand and iMovie, or $ 9.99 for each iWork app on iOS ($ 14.99 for iMovie and $ 19.99 for Keynote, Pages and Numbers in their MacOS versions). Or opt for a technique as illegal as it is widespread: piracy.

This time is now gone since Apple decided to make these applications free for all the owners of a Mac or an iPhone . A late attention that remains nevertheless appreciable, especially since GarageBand on iOS constitutes a weighty argument in favor of the iPhone, the application having no equivalent valid on Android.

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