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Apple Just Updated Everything And We Cover It All On Our Special Edition CultCast

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iPad Air. Retina iPad Mini. New Macbook Pros. The new Mac Pro. Mavericks goes free. So does the new iLife and iWork. There’s a TON to talk about on our Special Edition CultCast! Join us, and special guest (and MacCast host) Adam Christianson, as we discuss our first impressions of the huge pile of hardware and software Apple unveiled at the jam-packed event.

Have a few laughs and get caught up on each week’s best Apple stories. Stream or download new and past episodes of The CultCast now on your Mac or iDevice by subscribing on iTunes, or hit play below and let baseline roll!

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Microsoft Tries To Discredit iWork As Competition, But Ends Up Looking Desperate

Apple has turned software pricing on its head, and Microsoft isn't happy about it.

Apple has turned software pricing on its head, and Microsoft isn’t happy about it.

Yesterday Apple announced that all of its consumer software, including OS X Mavericks, is now free. Customers who buy Apple’s hardware will have full access to the completely new versions of iLife and iWork at no additional cost. It’s a bold move that The New York Times called a direct attack on Microsoft Office.

The decision to make iWork free wasn’t Apple’s only jab at Microsoft during yesterday’s keynote, and now the Redmond giant has gone on the defensive.

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Redesigned iWork Apps Now Available In App Store

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The completely new version of the iWork suite Apple announced today is now available in the App Store. Pages, Keynote and Numbers have been redesigned with a more modern design to compliment the new iOS 7 versions.

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iWork For iCloud Goes Down Ahead Of Impending Update

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Apple’s iWork for iCloud apps have been made unavailable ahead of today’s iPad event, pretty much confirming that we will see updates for Pages, Keynote, and Numbers during the keynote. “In just a few short hours, you’ll be able to create and edit documents, and enjoy great new features,” a notice reads.

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Apple Accidentally Leaks Flat New Icons For iWork, iPhoto, iMovie and Garageband

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Apple’s obviously not going to rest until all of their appshave gone flat, and the next obvious contenders are the icons for Apple’s App Store apps, including the iWork suite, iPhoto, iMovie and Garageband. But what will they look like? Wonder no longer: Apple accidentally leaked their new icons on the official built-in apps page for the iPhone 5s.

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Apps Are Twice As Likely To Crash On The New iPhone 5s [Report]

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Your swanky new iPhone 5s may be significantly faster than its predecessors, but it’s twice as likely to crash when running third-party apps as the iPhone 5 and the iPhone 5c. New research from Crittercism, a company that monitors mobile app performance, has found that apps crash around 2% on the iPhone 5s, but under 1% on its siblings.

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Blue Screen Of Death Plagues iOS 7 iWork Users

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Oh, ignoble irony, how bitter your sting. A new bug in iOS 7 that is striking some iWork users is crashing their devices with the fabled Blue Screen of Death.

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iCloud.com Redesign Goes Live Ahead Of iOS 7 Launch Tomorrow [Gallery]

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If you head over to iCloud.com, you’ll notice that it has been completely redesigned to match the look and feel of iOS 7. The new iCloud website has been in beta all summer, and Apple has made it publicly available on the eve of tomorrow’s iOS 7 launch.

The web versions of Mail, Contacts, Calendar, Notes, Reminders, Find My iPhone, have all been revamped to match their iOS 7 counterparts, and the iWork suite is also available. Apple demoed the web versions of Pages, Numbers, and Keynote at WWDC in June. 

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iWork For iOS Will Be Free With Any iOS Device

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Along with the announcement that iOS 7 will launch on September 18th, Apple is making its iWork productivity suite of apps free to all iOS device owners.

At today’s keynote, Tim Cook said that all the apps will be downloaded with one touch when a user sets up a new iOS 7 device. Keynote, Pages, Numbers, iPhoto, and iMovie are part of the free bundle.

How Steve Jobs Created His Perfect App

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Steve Jobs was known for his incredible presentation and keynote skills. The man could sell anything, but he needed a proper tool to do so. That tool was Keynote, which would eventually become part of the iWork suite. But how was keynote created?

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