Along with the presentation of the anticipated new iPhone, the keynote of the Cupertino company were new versions of the most emblematic of the successful tablet.
With each upgrade the operating system, Apple uses to update some of the programs that help improve the user experience on their devices. Thus, with the introduction of IOS 5 also announced new versions of GarageBand, iMovie, iBooks and also the expected launch of iPhoto for iPad.
GarageBand version 1.2 includes the interesting possibility of organizing a jam session with up to three friends to play or record live, the addition of Smart Strings to direct a string orchestra with a finger, a handy Notes Editor to adjust the recording , new tools for Smart Keyboard and Smart Bass and the ability to record sessions in icloud, among other important improvements.
Meanwhile, iMovie 1.3 enables the creation of movie trailers with graphics and soundtracks, preview the music and sound effects in the Audio Browser and integration with GarageBand for editing sound tracks. iBooks 2.1 also adds some stability improvements and the ability to search by page number, among other advantages.
But perhaps most interesting is the presentation to iPhoto, a product that until now was only available for Mac OS and will soon also be downloaded from the AppStore for use in Cases. iPhoto allows you to edit images up to 19 megapixels performing various multitouch gestures to develop or apply professional effects brushes. iPhoto will cost just $ 4.99, a very affordable price for a software capable of editing images almost professional (or at least, all it takes the average user).