Apple announced updates for both iLife and iWork suites this morning. It appears that Apple is now started rolling out the updates in Mac App Store for OS X Mavericks users. The OS X Mavericks is already available in App Store for free of cost for all range of Mac OS X machines. Apple has updated the Pages, Numbers, and Keynote application in Mac App Store with all-new features, and layout to match with OS X Mavericks environment. Furthermore, all three applications are now deep integrated with iCloud service to provide real time iCloud sync between different devices.
Apple has also updated the iLife products, including iMovie, Garageband, and iPhoto for OS X Mavericks running users. Apple has made all these applications free of cost for latest OS X Mavericks, and new hardware carrying users. Users with latest MacBook Pro, Mac Pro, and MacBook Air running OS X Mavericks can get their hands on all these programs for free of cost.
However, if you are not carrying a recently bought hardware from Apple then you will be paying a little cost for iWork products, while the iLife products are available for free. Apple takes iLife products to version 9.5 with today update, and iPhoto ’11 is available with all-new layout.
Each iWork product is available for $19.99 in Mac App Store for those who are not carrying any recently released product in their hands. In addition to iWork and iLife products, Apple has introduced an update to iCloud website to introduce an iWork for iCloud that allows collaboration for sharing your created documents with wide range of community.
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