Apple recently announced that they would make the iOS versions of their iWork apps plus iPhoto and iMovie free for iOS 7 enabled devices that were purchased after September 1. That means you can download Pages, Keynote, Numbers, iPhoto, and iMovie all for free. We've been getting lots of questions from many of you asking whether or not you qualify and if so, how to actually get your free apps.
Here are your answers:
The App Store should ask you to download all free apps made by Apple the first time you launch the App Store as long as you meet all the eligibility requirements. To do, follow these steps:
That's it. Your downloads will begin.
If you aren't sure if you want or need all 5 apps, or you accidentally dismissed the popup the first time you launched the App Store on your new device, you can also view all of them in one place in the App Store by following these steps:
It's worth noting that Apple does move collections around here and there so if you aren't finding the Apps Made by Apple section, simply search for either Pages, Keynote, Numbers, iPhoto, or iMovie individually to pull them up or tap on our download links below straight from your iPhone or iPad to download them directly.
If you are seeing an actual price instead of Free next to any of the 5 apps Apple is offering for free, it means you don't meet the requirements for the promotion, which are as follows:
Also remember that GarageBand is not included in the offer.