Apple has updated three of the applications it includes in its iLife ’11 suite of applications – iMovie, Garageband, and iPhoto. The new versions, 9.0.4, 6.0.4 and 9.1.5 respectively, are available for download through the Software Update system preference.
Apple has posted an update to iWeb bringing the new version to 3.0.3. It’s available through the Software Update system preference or from the Web site.
iMovie 9.0.2 is now available for download either from Apple’s Web site or through the Software Update system preference.
As many could have predicted, Apple’s iLife ’11 is available through the new Mac App Store, which launched on Thursday. But iWeb and iDVD are nowhere to be found.
Apple on Tuesday released updates for two of its iLife ’11 apps, GarageBand and iMovie.
Of the three apps that got significant overhauls in iLife ’11, none is more widely used than iPhoto, Apple’s application for managing and editing digital photos. The newest iteration of iPhoto builds on what’s familiar and presents the most refined, … Continued
As a musician, GarageBand is my favorite app in Apple’s iLife ’11 suite. Not just because it can help you create music, but because it’s a powerful app that makes creating music easier.
Apple on Thursday released an update to iPhoto 9, bringing it to version 9.1 The new release is available for download through the Software Update system preference and through Apple’s Web site.
Apple on Friday released an update to iPhoto, version 9.0.1. It’s available through the Software Update system preference and also from Apple’s Web site.
Apple on Wednesday released Aperture 3.1, an update to its pro-oriented photo editing and cataloging software. The update is available through the Software Update preference and through Apple’s Web site.
Apple on Wednesday introduced an update to iLife, the suite of applications it includes for free on all Macs and also makes available separately for $49. It’s available beginning on Wednesday.
A new book listing on Amazon’s German website gives a few details of what we could see in the next version of Apple’s iLife suite of consumer applications.
Apple updated its Web site this week with plans for youth programs the company will put on for kids.
Apple on Tuesday released an update for its consumer photo tool, iPhoto.
Apple on Monday released a huge update for its consumer-focused music creation application, GarageBand.
I don’t think anyone really expected iLife updates to be a part of next week’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), but just to put any hopes to rest, Apple on Thursday released a slew of new updates. Apple updated iDVD, iMovie, … Continued