Apple unveiled the new iLife '11 program -- which involves various media upgrades to iPhoto, iMovie and GarageBand -- at the recent 'Back to Mac' event. To promote the new iMovie features, the company is now touting the filmmaking software's "Hollywood-style movie trailers" -- but the key word here is definitely style. iMovie includes new "Studio" templates, which bear striking similarities to...
Apple started today's 'Back to the Mac' event by showing off the latest incarnation of its 'iLife' suite of media-creation and management apps. The upgrades are nothing game-changing, but they're nice little tweaks to an already impressive line up of products....
As we all expected, Apple today unveiled the latest generation iPhone, simply dubbed the iPhone 4. The iPhone 4 is exactly the same device that leaked on Gizmodo back in April, but don't think just because a few prototypes made it into the hands of tech-bloggers through some shady avenues there are no surprises left in store. In fact, even that attractive outer-shell has some impressive hidden...
Along with the updated iMac announced yesterday, Apple unveiled the latest edition of iLife, the company's killer suite of multimedia programs that comes free with every new Mac. iLife '08's biggest change comes from iMovie, Apple's consumer-level video editing app. iMovie has been completely replaced with a new application, still called iMovie for the sake of consistency. iMovie now operates...
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