“Apple has pushed out an update for its iLife line of iOS apps to address compatibility and stability issues just a week before the company is expected to unveil the newest version of iOS,” Kevin Bostic reports for AppleInsider.
“Tuesday’s update brings iMovie to version 1.4.2, GarageBand to version 1.4.1, and iPhoto to version 1.1.1,” Bostic reports. “None of the descriptions for the updates go into much detail on their features beyond saying that the update ‘addresses compatibility issues,’ though the GarageBand update says it ‘addresses minor issues related to general performance and stability.'”
Bostic reports, “All three updates are available in the App Store currently. iMovie is a 497MB download available for $5. GarageBand is a 584MB download that costs $5. iPhoto, too, costs $5 and weighs in at 151MB.”
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