Initially expected to ship on January 25 and then delayed, Apple’s
suite appears to be shipping to end-users who have already ordered it from Apple’s online store. MacCentral has received numerous reports from readers who have received acknowledgements from the online Apple Store that their copies of iLife are now in transit.
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iLife is the collection of “iApps” that includes iTunes, iPhoto, iMovie, and iDVD. The new suite — a US$49 retail package — was unveiled during Steve Jobs’ keynote address at Macworld Expo earlier this month.
iTunes is used for MP3 music, iPhoto for digital camera image organizing and editing, iMovie for editing digital video footage, and iDVD for creating DVD-R discs using SuperDrive-equipped Macs.
iPhoto, iMovie and iDVD have all been updated to new versions to support improved application integration, and all the applications in the iLife bundle save iDVD will be available for online download.