Apple made iMovie and a bunch of its other apps free for everyone

Apple has decided to stop charging for its suite of Mac and iOS apps, namely iMovie, Pages, Numbers, Keynote, and GarageBand. The move is set to benefit owners of older Apple devices.

iWork and iLife are now free if you buy an iPad or Mac

Apple unveiled updates to its iWork and iLife apps at its big iPad and Mac event. Here are the changes it showed off to the now free software suite for computers and tablets.

Apple leak reveals GarageBand to go free for iOS, plus iLife and iWork icon updates

Information that appeared briefly on Apple's website Sunday revealed the company is about to offer GarageBand for free to all iOS 7 users, with details expected at its event on Tuesday. A new set of icons for its iLife and iWork apps is…

Rumor: ICloud taking out iWeb

We already knew MobileMe was down for the count, but now it looks like iWeb might be iCloud's latest victim.

Other World Computing discounts hardware, Apple gear for holidays

With items ranging from power adapters to webcams, the online retailer has a flurry of sales lined up for Black Friday, including relatively rare discounts on Apple merchandise.

First impressions of FaceTime beta for Mac OS X

The formerly iOS-only video chat client has finally made the jump to Mac OS X. Check out of first impressions after a test drive with the beta version.

Apple iPad Steps into the Spotlight

It's real: the Apple iPad is a large, touchscreen tablet with integrated media applications, Wi-Fi, a 3G option, and prices starting at $499 when they go on sale at the end of March.

iLife ’09 Ships Tuesday

Apple has reworked its popular software suite for 2009, including major updates to iPhoto, iMovie, and GarageBand.

Apple Ships iPod FM Remote, Updates Apps

At his Macworld Expo keynote, Apple CEO Steve Jobs unveiled a new $49 iPod remote with an FM Tuner, plus iLife '06, an update to its lifestyle applications featuring Web authoring.