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Apple credits new customers who bought apps on the cusp of iOS 7's release

Apple is now giving away its iOS iWorks, iPhoto and iMovie apps to customers who activate new iOS 7 devices; the plan was announced during Apple's September event when the company unveiled the iPhone 5c and 5s. Apple rolled back the eligibility period to September 1st. For those customers who were caught in that week and a half period, Apple's now issuing iTunes Store credits.

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iWork, iPhoto, and iMovie for iOS going free with all new iOS devices [updated]

Apple has just announced live from their iPhone event that the entire iWork suite comprising of Pages, Numbers, and Keynote as well as iMove and iPhoto will be free with the purchase of any new iOS device.

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This summer, Apple Camp turns 8-12 year olds into filmmakers

Apple is gearing up for another Apple Camp this summer at its retail stores in the United States. The program teaches kids ages 8-12 how to use Apple software. It's free.

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iMovie for Mac now works better with your iMovie for iOS projects

It's been a while since Apple last pushed out an update to iMovie for Mac, but the latest one currently pushing out should make it better to work with your iMovie for iOS projects on your Mac. The update isn't particularly sizeable -- it downloaded just over 22MB for me -- but promises stability improvements and improves compatibility for projects imported from iMovie for iOS.

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Creating iMovie and iPhoto, and working with Steve Jobs, the ultimate product guy

Glenn Reid left Adobe to join NeXT, left NeXT to make NeXT software, and left that to join Apple just after Steve Jobs returned to the company, and brought with him what would become OS X. Reid was eventually tasked to build iMovie and iPhoto, and worked a lot with Steve Jobs on both projects. He's written up some of what that was like on his Inventor Lab Blog:

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Best apps to show off your new iPhone 5

After picking up your brand new iPhone 5, you probably immediately noticed that many of your favorite apps didn't take advantage of the iPhone 5's nice big screen. While this is a disappointment, don't fret, because a countless number of apps are being updated daily with optimizations for the new screen. But in the meantime, take a look at some of our favorite iPhone apps that have offered support for the new iPhone 5 since its release.

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iMovie for iPhone and iPad updated for iOS 6, includes 3 new trailers and 1080p output

iMovie for iPhone and iPad has been updated for iOS 6 and introduces some new features including three new trailers, the ability to split audio with the iPad, slideshow creation from iPhoto, 1080p upload resolution, and more.

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Apple summer camp program to get kids to make movies

Apple has just kicked off a free summer camp program where kids 8 - 12 get to make a movie with the help of Apple Store staff. The three-day program includes creating a soundtrack on GarageBand on an iPad, editing footage on iMovie for Mac, and a final showcase event for friends and family.

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iMovie for iPhone and iPad review

iMovie is an excellent video editing application that is easy and fun to use, but are the new trailers really enough to take the spot as the best video editing app for the iPhone and iPad?

iMovie is part of the Apple's iLife suite for iPhone and iPad. While iPhoto allows you to re-touch and sort your photos and GarageBand aims to give users the ability to edit audio and create music on their devices, iMovie completes the series with tools to help you create, edit, and share beautiful movies and trailers without ever having to touch a computer.

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iMovie Updated with Support for 1080p Recordings, Outlining and Storyboarding

If you're an iMovie fan, you'll be pleased to know that a new update will soon be rolling out to the masses. As highlighted by Phil Schiller on stage, iMovie now has support for the New iPad and 1080p recording, along with outlining and storyboarding options from within the app.

Overall, this is a nice update and we'll certainly be checking out the new additions - especially when we get our hands on the new iPad. Maybe another shootout will need to take place.

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