Apple to offer GarageBand, iMovie, and iWork, free to everyone

Apple to offer GarageBand, iMovie, and iWork, free to everyone

In the past if you wanted to get your hands on 3 of Apple’s biggest software packages; namely, iMovie, GarageBand, and iWorks (which includes Pages. Numbers and Keynote),  there were two ways.


  1. The owners of older Apple devices i.e. pre-2013 had to purchase the apps from the App store. These apps would cost £4.99 for both iMovie and GarageBand, and a whopping £19.99 each for Pages, Numbers and Keynote, (meaning if you wanted all the apps you would have to shell out £39.95);
  2. These apps were offered free to customers who purchased either a Mac OS or IOS device after 1 September 2013.

Well, Apple has announced that owners of older devices can now download these software packages for free starting from 18th April. That’ll be saving a considerable sum of money. So it’s well worth heading over to the App store and grabbing some quality software, courtesy of Apple.

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