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Section: one iLife

Section one: iLife

What is iLife and what does the “i” mean?

When the iMac was originally introduced, Apple explained the “i” as symbolizing both innovation and the computer's built-in Internet capabilities. That was many millions of web pages ago. Now the “i” represents the concept of a digital lifestyle and the software applications that can enhance that lifestyle. Your Mac is a digital hub that enables various applications and devices to work together as powerful, creative tools. At the core of the digital hub concept are five separate applications: iMovie, iPhoto, iTunes, iDVD, and GarageBand. As stand-alone applications, they're amazing—add the feature of built-in integration between them and the result is an increase in creativity and productivity that can only be described as inspirational. This very special collection of applications is called iLife.

If you have a digital still camera, digital video camera, or a CD collection gathering dust, iLife will turn them into your most important creative tools. It's unofficial, but think of the “i” as a symbol for inspiration in your digital lifestyle. You're certain to find yourself thinking “iLove iLife!”



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