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Brand new apples iLife 11 update for recently bought macs.
Brand new apples iLife 11 update for recently bought macs.

Brand new apples iLife 11 update for recently bought macs.

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As new iLife has just been announced with some stunning new features in apples keynote speech ive been looking for how much it will cost. It will be £45 for the majority but on apples site they have a section which states that some people may be eligible for a significant discount.

"Qualifying purchases between
1 October and 19 October 2010

Customers who purchased a qualifying new Mac computer or an Apple Certified Refurbished computer from the Apple Online Store between 1 October and 19 October 2010 that did not include iLife ’11 can upgrade to iLife ’11 for £6.95. Your completed order form must be postmarked by 19 November 2010. Subject to Terms and Conditions."

"Qualifying purchases on or after
20 October 2010

Customers who purchased a qualifying new Mac computer or an Apple Certified Refurbished computer from the Apple Online Store on or after 20 October 2010 that did not include iLife ’11 can upgrade to iLife ’11 for £6.95. Your completed order form must be postmarked within 30 days of the date of your purchase of a qualifying computer (described in this offer). Subject to Terms and Conditions."

7 Comments

Original Poster

Wow, im seriously losing faith in this site.

Nope, you're just losing faith in people who keep up with technology. Cold
Edited by: "kaishou" 20th Oct 2010

So if you bought software in the last 3 weeks that has just been made outdated, apple are allowing you to pay again, to not feel so stiffed?

How generous of them!!

If this was made hot, then I would be losing faith in this site. You need to understand, that not everyone is as blindly faithful to the 'cause' as some...

Savva06

Wow, im seriously losing faith in this site.


Whilst Apple products are great, unfortunately money saving doesn't go well with buying them.

With the proposed App store, it may be that each revision of iLife and iWork are free as they're updated. Looking at the screenshots, like with the iPad versions, they're not named Pages '11 or iMovie '11. Free upgrades for life perhaps?

So what happens if you've bought a Mac from somewhere other than the Apple?

EDIT: Just clicked the link and found out you can still do it.
Edited by: "bunkum100" 21st Oct 2010

This should have come free for recently bought Macs...I am very unhappy with this money gaining game of Apple

I think that's reasonable enough! We just updated it for £6.95. Apple could have just charged for the full upgrade price
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