You can do a lot more than you probably think when video editing on iPhone or iPad. But it’s not enough for me: I want to see more from Apple's pro teams.
Looking to get the most out of iMovie for iOS? Learn all you need to know about the versatile video editing app here!
iMovie can’t access Clips’s many awesome soundtracks — but that doesn’t mean you can’t score your project with them.
Apple's iWork suite, as well as iMovie and GarageBand, are now free on all iPhone, iPad, and Mac devices, not just those purchased in 2013 and later.
iMovie for iPhone and iPad has been updated, now letting you select multiple photos and videos when you get started.
iMovie for Mac has been updated, making it easier to create new projects, and adding better support for App Preview videos for the iPad Pro and Apple TV.
Apple's iMovie app has been updated yet again, this time extending 4K video editing support to the iPad Air 2 on iOS 9, and bringing some nifty bug fixes along for the ride.
iMovie 10.1 at last supports moving projects from iMovie on your iPhone or iPad to iMovie for OS X—and even Final Cut Pro! Here's how to do it.
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