iLife

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iLife

Apple's multimedia applications for Macs and iOS devices. Introduced in 2002, iLife was initially sold as a suite of apps for the Mac that comprised the iPhoto organizer/editor, iMovie editor and iDVD disc burner. For several years, iTunes was also included. In 2004, the GarageBand music editor was added, and in 2006, a website authoring program was included (iWeb). Subsequently, iDVD and iWeb were dropped, and iPhoto, iMovie and GarageBand became available as separate downloads from the Mac App Store for both Macs and iOS devices. See iWork, iTunes and iCloud.
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Best of all, the Mac Mini comes preloaded with iLife '05.
The computer also features iLife '05, an upgrade to Apple's suite of digital lifestyle applications; it contains major new versions of iPhoto, iMovie and GarageBand, as well as the latest version of iTunes.
"Mac mini has been a popular choice for consumers getting started with Mac OS X and iLife '05," said David Moody, Apple's vice president of Worldwide Product Marketing.
The Mac mini with SuperDrive is the most affordable Mac for quickly and easily creating your own professional quality DVDs using iLife '05, Apple's suite of digital lifestyle applications.
There are 1.25 GHz and 1.42 GHz models as well as a new 1.42 GHz with SuperDrive model which enables DVD creation with Apple's iLife '05 suite.
Mac mini includes two USB 2.0 ports, FireWire 400, a DVI interface to support VGA and the iLife '05 application which offers iPhoto, iMovie, iDVD, GarageBand and iTunes.
Ingenious software such as iLife '05 and hardware improvements turn schoolbags into portable media studios.
With the release of iLife '05 and iWork "05 in January, Apple continues to expand and enhance what it calls the "digital lifestyle." The iLife suite includes new versions of the company's popular multimedia applications, iPhoto, for example, now features a selection of photo editing toots not found in previous versions, while iMovie, already used at a number of colleges and universities, now includes the ability to capture and edit high-definition video.
As part of Apple's iLife '05 software suite, iPhoto 5 offers many new features for transferring, organizing, printing, and sharing digital photos--but not a manual.
They are also supplied with iLife '05 - Apple's suite of digital lifestyle applications.
This productivity software was designed to take advantage of both Mac OS X and iLife '05 to help users create, present and publish professional-looking documents and presentations.