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iLife/iWork iOS apps to come pre-installed on 64GB and 128GB iPhone 6/6 Plus

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iLife/iWork iOS apps to come pre-installed on 64GB and 128GB iPhone 6/6 Plus

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You’ll discover a couple of new apps (and fewer out there storage) in your new iPhone S or S Plus later this week when you hearth it up for the primary time. According to an inner Apple Retail coaching doc (seen under), iOS H suitable iLife and iWork apps will come pre-put in on iPhone S and S Plus.

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This consists of iMovie, GarageBand, Keynote, Pages, Numbers, and iTunes D. Owners of the 16GB fashions of Apple’s latest smartphones will nonetheless have entry to those apps free of charge, however they have to be downloaded from the App Store manually or by way of an App Store immediate. It stays unclear as as to if or not GarageBand in-app purchases may also be out there at no further value.

Just over a yr in the past, Apple introduced that each one new iOS units can be allowed to download these apps for free alongside the release of major updated versions of each app.

Notably lacking from that record is iPhoto for iOS, which will probably be replaced on iOS 8 with the default Photos app on the iPhone because it good points extra superior modifying options and iCloud Photo Library help whereas the Mac moves from iPhoto and Aperture to a brand new Photos app subsequent yr.

The iPhone S and iPhone S Plus will hit shops this Friday starting at $199. Apple began pre-orders for the new devices final Friday and introduced this morning a record 4 million iPhones have already been pre-ordered through the first 24 hours of a pre-gross sales.


Filed underneath: Tips and Tricks Tagged: free iOS apps, iLife, iOS apps, iPhone 6, iphone 6 plus, iWork

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