Apple's iLife '09 to ship Tuesday
All new Macs will come with the updated software, which will sort photos by the faces of subjects and offer inexpensive music lessons from well-known artists.
The latest version of Apple's iLife--shown off at Macworld earlier this month--will ship Tuesday.
The new software comes with Macworld. For example, you will now be able to sort photos by the faces of your subjects in iPhoto and take $4.99 lessons from famous musicians in GarageBand.that Apple Senior Vice President Phil Schiller detailed during
iLife '09 will be bundled with all Macs starting Tuesday and will cost $79 if you're planning to upgrade from an earlier version. If you bought a Mac after the new version was announced on January 6, you can upgrade for just $9.95. Mac OS X Leopard and either an Intel or 867MHz or faster G4 Mac are required to run the software, according to Apple.