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iTunes Announcement- Apps for Mac Computers?

Submitted by on November 15, 2010 – 4:03 pmNo Comment

Apple Home Page on November 15, 2010

Apple is getting good at creating a frenzy every other month with their announcements.  Busy trying to get ahead, they have brought out a number of innovations–new iPods, new Macbook Air, new iPod Nano–this year.  The picture is a screenshot of Apple’s splash page this morning.

Since airplay was released quietly last week (and doesn’t really work yet), I’m betting that this big announcement will be an early release, or a firm date for the release of, the App Store for Mac.

During their last press conference a couple of months ago, Steve Jobs presented the new Apple Operating System, Lion.  But before they release Lion next summer, Jobs promised that Apps would be coming to Mac computers before the end of the year.

What could be a bigger change in iTunes? Well, at least for now.

The other day I noticed that the was an Apple page announcing the new App Store –applications for Mac computers.   I noticed it because I was about to buy iLife ’11 –iPhoto, iMovie, Garage Band–for $49.99.  Then I saw these apps and noticed that iPhoto will be $14.99 as an app.

I’m always delighted to be surprised.  Will keep you posted what tomorrow will bring.

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