Apple Accidentally Leaks New iWork and iLife App Icons, GarageBand App is Going Free

Apple Accidentally Leaks New iWork and iLife App Icons, GarageBand App is Going Free

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Apple has accidentally leaked new iWork and iLife app icons along with the news that GarageBand will become a free basic download, reports MacRumors.

The new icons surfaced on Apple's 'Built-In Apps' page; however, they have since been changed back to the iOS 6 ones.

Notably, GarageBand will now offer in-app purchase content with certain instruments and sounds only being available for a fee. It's presumed that GarageBand wasn't made free earlier due to licensing issues and this is how Apple is working around the problem.

Here's the footnote that Apple posted on the upcoming app:

GarageBand is free on the App Store for all iOS 7 compatible devices; additional GarageBand instruments and sounds are available with an in-app purchase. iPhoto, iMovie, Pages, Numbers, and Keynote are free on the App Store for qualifying iOS 7 compatible devices activated on or after September 1, 2013.

It's now likely that Apple will introduce the new apps during its October 22nd special event to unveil new iPads.

Take a look at the new icons below...

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Apple Accidentally Leaks New iWork and iLife App Icons, GarageBand App is Going Free

Apple Accidentally Leaks New iWork and iLife App Icons, GarageBand App is Going Free
Kornmehl - October 21, 2013 at 7:04pm
So I guess you believe it, is that what you are saying?
MiBear - October 21, 2013 at 1:55pm
I agree Kamatis. there sure are a lot of accidental leaks(not)
reallyApple - October 21, 2013 at 10:55am
People aren't buying our iPhone 5S oh what to do? Let's give them free apps and only for one who buys in September. What about existing customers? Not a bad try
reallydumbass - October 21, 2013 at 4:12pm
People aren't going to believe such shit. Oh how do you get them too, maybe show proof from sales drop!
david - October 21, 2013 at 6:41am
Will iwork be free, too? Is it already free for newer devices?
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