“Apple Inc. last week introduced… a major update to its iLife software suite, which comes loaded on all its Macintosh models — not just the new iMac — and can be purchased by existing Mac owners for $79. The suite includes iPhoto, iMovie, iDVD, iWeb and GarageBand — programs that help average people organize, edit, share and publish photos, videos and music. These uncluttered and intuitive programs have been best of breed, so Apple’s decision to update iLife is intriguing, if for nothing other than to see what major improvements could really be made,” Katherine Boehret reports for The Mossberg Solution from The Wall Street Journal.
Boehret reports, “This week I tested iLife ‘08 [and found that] new programs in iLife ‘08 are a pleasure to use.”
Full review, focusing on iPhoto and iMovie with much about Apple’s new iMac, here.