Apple held its October special event today and used the occasion to announce updated versions of its iLife apps, including iPhoto, iMovie, and GarageBand. Both the OS X and iOS versions have been overhauled for Apple’s latest software — iOS 7 and OS X Mavericks.
The iLife apps now include the following changes:
- iPhoto now supports the 64-bit architecture, supports photobooks on the iPad
- iMovie on iOS 7 now include desktop picture-in-picture, dekstop quality . OS X can now speed up or slow down video at the drop of a hat. iMovie Theatre now takes all your movies, trailers and share clips all in one place. It supports iCloud, so you can see it on all your devices
- GarageBand- now supports 16 tracks. Mac has new look and new sound library that supports a variety of instruments. Supports iCloud so you can start a song on your iPhone and then edit it on your Mac without missing a beat. GarageBand will ship for free on all Macs with in-app purchases for extra content.
The new versions will be available for free with the purchase of any new Mac or iOS devices. Updates are available today.