Keynote, Pages, and Numbers

smelton3

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May not be a big deal to some, but I think it's pretty cool that these apps that currently cost $9.99 each will be free for devices running iOS7 activated after Sept 1.
I was going to upgrade anyway, but this is an incentive for me. It will be more beneficial will the next iPad becomes available.


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radtechy

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So its ios7 on a new device only?

I was under the impression that if I downloaded ios7 I would get that link to take me to down load them


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josh.ua

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I believe it is only free with a new device purchase. There is a screen that pops up the first time you open the app store on the device that asks if you want to download iWork, iMovie, and iPhoto for free.
 

radtechy

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I believe it is only free with a new device purchase. There is a screen that pops up the first time you open the app store on the device that asks if you want to download iWork, iMovie, and iPhoto for free.
You're right. I watched the sept 10th release


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bballrob

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So today I'm taking my sons' iPods into best buy to be replaced on their black tie protection plans. I wonder if the replacement devices will be eligible for these apps for free.

And, if so, once they download them to the new iPods, I wonder if having them login with their Apple ID on my iPad would hen allow those apps to be downloaded to my iPad at no cost.


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