Apple iLife '09 is a great application suite for simple media organizing and editing, and the addition of features like face recognition, geotagging, and music lessons makes it worth the update.
Alongside the iPhone announcements yesterday, Apple also made its iWork and iLife iPhone and iPad apps free to all new device purchasers, backdated to the start of September.
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
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 updates its popular production suite that aims to corral your video, photo, music, and Web needs inside one big fence. Facebook compatibility, facial recognition algorithms, advanced editing features, and music lessons from the stars are just some of the improvements.
As more and more iLife users upgrade their systems to the new version, various problems are arising with GarageBand and iWeb.
Although the shipping date for iLife '09 is not until tomorrow, we're receiving reports from users who are picking up copies at their local Apple retail stores and Best Buys, or receiving early packages from FedEx.
Take a look at Apple's latest version of iLife in this gallery of iPhoto, iMovie, GarageBand, and iWeb.
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.
iPhoto '09 gets Faces and Places; iMovie '09 gives you advanced drag-and-drop editing; and GarageBand '09 brings you music lessons from the stars.