Apple made a decision to bundle these apps for free in late 2013 with new iOS devices and Macs or offering them as free downloads to those who picked up new hardware.
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Apple's said to drop support for 32-bit devices when iOS 11 is released so this may be a sign that this change is coming. This expands the apps' reach to anyone using Apple devices, even if they never bought new or are using older devices. The company has decided to make the aforementioned apps free for all macOS and iOS users.
In case you are unaware of the nature of these apps, well, their names are pretty self-explanatory.
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Previously, the apps were free for users who purchased a new Mac, iPad or iPhone since 2013, but now people with older or used devices have access too.
By making the applications free for everyone, Apple is significantly increasing the reach of the suite of apps.
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Hey, how would you like a copy of Apple's iMovie, GarageBand and iWork suite for free and totally legal? That means you may already have a free version installed or available to you through the App Store.