Apple SVP Eddie Cue announced today that a new version of iLife for both iOS and OS X will be released today. All of the apps have been coded with 64-bit support as well as heavy iCloud integration.
iPhoto for iOS has been updated with an all new look. Apple has added Photo Books to iPhoto for iPad. You can arrange your own coffee table book and send it to Apple to be printed and then shipped to your house.
iMovie has also been redesigned to fit in with iOS 7’s simplified look. The app now has improved sharing features, as well as picture-in-picture editing on iPhone and iPad. The Mac version has been updated as well with a new look and comes with the new iMovie Theaters which makes it easier to see all your movies, trailers and other clips. You can view your iMovie Theater from any iOS device.
Garageband has been updated to support up to 32-tracks on a single song along with numerous other features. It also has a new look and design as well as new soundboards. Users can now start a new project on their iPhone or iPad and move it to the OS X version.
The new iLife apps are available for free with the purchase of any new Mac or iOS device.