Back in January 2009, Apple released iLife '09 and we haven't gotten a full version update since. New rumors peg a November 2010 release for the iLife '11 suite that includes 64-bit support, a brand-new iWeb, iOS compatibility, and the demise of iDVD.
Many of Apple's applications have gone the route of being self-contained packages, hiding their resources from the casual user to protect file structure integrity. This has also allowed Apple to include many interesting resources, such as extra fonts, with these applications.
If you are experiencing issues with any of the iLife applications included with your Mac (iTunes, iPhoto, iMovie, iDVD, GarageBand, or iWeb), you can take these basic steps to begin troubleshooting your problem.
Apple has updated a few knowledge base articles that address problems with the Aperture 3 update, disc-burning issues with iDVD, reinstalling the Server Diagnostics utilities on the Mac Mini server, and managing noises in newer iMac models.
Apple has just released updates for some of the applications bundled in the iLife '09 suite, and true to Apple's reputation, very little has been mentioned about exactly what problems have been addressed in these updates. All applications in the iLife sui
In the past couple of weeks, Apple has released a slew of updates. Today the company continues this trend by releasing updates to iPhoto, iMovie, iDVD, as well as for support tools for the iLife suite.
Read CNET's Apple iLife '11 full review to find out what's new, what's not, and whether the long-awaited upgrade to the software suite is worth your $49.
Apple is hosting a special press event Wednesday focused on the Mac, which CNET is covering live. There will also be a preview of the next version of Mac OS X.
A French Web site, Mac4Ever, posted a short article claiming the Cupertino computer crafters are creating software for Mac OS X, presumably an update to iChat, that will allow desktop and notebook users to communicate via FaceTime with compatible iOS devices.
Announced during the Keynote presentation for Macworld, Apple's iLife suite of software will receive a major upgrade at the end of January. Is it enough to make you upgrade? Find out more details in this breakdown of new features and enhancements.