Posts Tagged ‘GarageBand’

Apple has quietly pushed out an update for the iOS version of GarageBand, complete with support for the iPhone X’s TrueDepth camera setup. Here are the details.

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Apple has just updated its iWork app for the iPad with Apple Pencil features, while GarageBand and Clips also get educational updates. Here’s what that means for you.

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Here’s a guide on how to create your own free ringtones directly on an iPhone or iPad using GarageBand and any song in your music library.

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You can now download iMovie, Numbers, Keynote, Pages, and GarageBand apps for both the macOS and iOS platforms for free on both old and new iPhone, iPad or Mac.

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Apple has today dropped major updates for GarageBand on iOS (version 2.2) and Logic Pro X on Mac (version 10.3), bringing powerful new features and UI changes to the front.

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Apple has released a brand new Music Memos app for iOS, and has followed that up with a major update for GarageBand on iOS. Here are all the details.

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Apple and technology fans alike are highly anticipating the introduction of the new iPad lineup at tomorrow’s Apple media event. The tagline of the official event invitation suggests that Tim Cook and his team has a lot to talk about, with the update to the official Apple website giving more than a little indication what the company’s iLife and iWork range of iOS apps will feature on the agenda at some point.

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It’s amazing what you can find when you go digging through various sections of Apple’s iOS operating system. Those who have the knowledge and patience to delve into the inner workings of the software can often encounter some extremely interesting things that Apple may or may not want the average user to immediately know about. Before iOS 7 and the iPhone 5s was officially announced it was revealed that the OS contained references to biometric frameworks; a discovery that pretty much confirmed the existence of Touch ID. Now it seems like it’s the turn of a couple of Apple’s own iOS app offerings to come under the spotlight after new icons were discovered for the iOS versions of GarageBand and iPhoto.

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Tim Cook and his Apple team took to the stage in San Francisco as expected to announce the launch of the new iPad, throwing in a new Apple TV set top box for good measure. The announcement pretty much came as everyone had predicted, with no specifications or inclusions to blind side us. But while there has been plenty of talk about what hardware the company would introduce, little time was spent wondering about the software side of things and what the upgraded device would mean for the applications that we all know and love.

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After releasing iMovie for iPad, Apple today has also released GarageBand for both iPad and iPad 2. This app is now available on the iTunes App Store for $4.99.

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The announcement of the iPad 2 might have been the big news to come out of today’s Apple event, but they also showed off three new apps – Photo Booth, iMovie and GarageBand – all for the iPad 2. Video demo in a official video after the break.

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