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iLife ’08 is on sale now
Apple today unveils a new version of the iLife suite. Its development lasted for more than a year, so the company decided to assign the index ’08 to the package, which gives reason to believe that the next update will not appear earlier than the second half of next year.
The package has not changed, but its applications have received many innovations, which allowed Steve Jobs to characterize the new version of iLife as the largest update of the package ever.
The main novelty of iPhoto is the ability to automatically group pictures by events. In addition, the program now has the function of automatically hiding images based on their rating, new templates for albums and calendars, as well as improved tools for working with the service .Mac.
iMovie is brand new according to Steve Jobs. It has improved tools for working with source video, expanded support for video sources, the ability to export videos to iPod, iPhone and Apple, integration with the YouTube service, etc.
The new version of iDVD has improved encoding tools and an expanded library of skins. In addition, according to the company, the program received a tangible increase in productivity.
The new version of the “home” package for creating music Garageband has tools for experimenting with different musical genres, a new set of samples Vocals Jam Pack, etc.
iWeb now allows you to create so-called web widgets that display content from third-party sites. The program received support for Google Maps and Adsense, new tools for creating web albums, the ability to switch themes, support for personal domain names, etc.
ILife ’08 will ship free of charge with all Mac computers from today. Its full cost is $ 79. Customers who purchased a Mac with iLife ’06 after August 7 can upgrade for $ 9.95.