iOS 7 Will Be Available From September 18, iWork, iPhoto And iMovie Are Free For New Customers

On September 11, 2013

Along with the new iPhones 5S and iPhone 5C, Apple announced yesterday evening that the operating system iOS 7 has been completed, it will be available to users since September 18. On this occasion, the company also announced something unusual for them: Free things.

As we know from the moment of presentation, iOS 7 brings a completely different interface, a Quick Settings menu, a new multitasking menu and other changes that we will present in detail this week.

The company started to provide software developers with the final version of the iOS 7 operating system last night, it will be available to regular users as of September 18. The curious can already search online for IPSW files needed updating, but it should be noted that iTunes 11.1 which is required to sync content is not yet available on Windows and will have to survive a week without it.

The good news is that the iPad version, which was suspected that it would not be ready in time, is also available. iOS 7 will be available for iPhone 4, 4S and 5, tablets iPad 2, Mini, 3rd and 4th, and 5th generation of iPod Touch media player.

During the event, Apple announced that its Office applications Pages, Numbers and Keynote, and media editing applications iPhoto iMovie will become Apple’s free for new customers, whether they will buy new phones or existing Apple products.

By eliminating the cost of the three iWork suite products that have a price of €9 each, and launch iWork for iCloud, Apple plans to attack Google and Microsoft, which offers Docs and Office 365, and provide its customers powerful editing options text, spreadsheets and presentations.