Apple Updates iMovies, iPhotos And GarageBand Ahead Of iOS 7 Launch

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Apple finally broke the silence and announced that September 10 will be a big day where it is expected to see iPhone 5S/5C and probably smartwatch iWatch at the media event held by Apple.. Today Apple has just posted some updates for its entire iLife for iOS app suite. That includes iPhoto, iMovie and of course GarageBand.

Both iPhoto and iMovie updates claim to “addresses compatibility issues,” and there’s a similar note in GarageBand’s change log. But given the timing, the updates likely have something to do with iOS 7…

Oddly enough, it’s been more than two weeks since we’ve seen a beta for iOS 7—the last update, beta 6, was released on August 15th. But Apple is still expected to roll out the software to the public this month.

As most of you know.. iOS 7 contains a lot of new things, features and a new UI design.

Apple will likely show off the software at its media event next week, where it’s expected to unveil two new iPhones, and release it a few days after. Last we heard, though, the iPad version was a bit behind.

At any rate, if you plan on upgrading to iOS 7, you’ll want to go ahead and grab these app updates. You can find iPhoto here, iMovie here, and GarageBand here. If you don’t already own them, they’re each $4.99.