Get an iLife! We’re here to help with detailed reviews (complete with essential tips and tricks!) at what’s new and cool in both iPhoto 2 and iMovie 3, two of the four applications in Apple’s iLife suite of digital hub applications. Other Apple news this week includes the release of new Power Mac G4s and a new 20-inch Cinema Display, along with huge price drops on Apple’s other LCD displays. Plus, teachers can now get iLife plus Keynote for $15!
Get an iLife -- Apple has released iLife, its suite of digital hub applications that includes iTunes 3 (which doesn't undergo an update in iLife), iMovie 3, iPhoto 2, and iDVD 3
iLife & Keynote for $15 for Teachers -- Following on the heels of providing Mac OS X 10.2 Jaguar for free to teachers (a promotion that Apple has extended through 31-Mar-03), Apple is now offering the entire iLife suite plus Apple's new Keynote presentation program for a mere $15 (a savings of $113)
Apple Introduces 20-inch Cinema Display -- Keeping up the pressure started at Macworld Expo, Apple last week released a new 20-inch Cinema Display, priced at $1,300
New Power Macs Add FireWire 800, AirPort Extreme -- Bringing the new connectivity features from the recently enhanced PowerBook line to the desktop, Apple last week released a new set of Power Mac G4s that offer FireWire 800, the 54 Mbps 802.11g-based AirPort Extreme, and integrated Bluetooth wireless networking (with the addition of a $50 internal card that's reportedly available only when you're ordering)
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