Whenever Apple launches new software - invariably around this time of year what with the Worldwide Developers Conference - we usually have to say goodbye to several devices and applications in the process. A natural part of the evolutionary process, the likes of the popular iPhone 4, for example, won't be seeing the forthcoming iOS 8, and in apparently, Apple also plans to cull Aperture and iPhoto from OS X in favor of OS X 10.10 Yosemite's new Photos app.
This year, Microsoft has been working hard to make its Office productivity suite more widely accessible, and Apple has responded by doing likewise with iWork. The iOS and Mac versions of iWork - which comprises of Pages, Keynote and Numbers - are now essentially free of charge, to those who recently bought a new iOS device or a Mac. But now, it has emerged that thanks to a bug with the Mac App Store, many of those running the trial version have been able to upgrade to the full, no-holds-barred version for absolutely nothing, and the same goes for iLife and Aperture.