Apple’s Back to the Mac Event: Announcement Roundup

Apple held its “Back to the Mac” event and streamed it across the Internet for all to see. The big announcements were a new iLife suite, FaceTime coming to OS X, a new version of OS X dubbed “Lion,” a new MacBook Air, and the Mac App Store. Head past the jump for details and screenshots.

iLife ’11: Comes free with every new Mac, or existing users can upgrade for $49. Available today.

iPhoto ’11

iMovie ’11

GarageBand ’11

FaceTime: Beta release for Mac FaceTime available today.

OS X Lion

Mac App Store: Opens within 90 days, even on Snow Leopard

Launchpad: A way to organize apps similar to iOS

New MacBook Air: Available starting today

Well, there you have it. If you’re curious, the “Oh and one more thing…” was the MacBook Air refresh. Not too surprising, sadly.

(via Apple’s streaming event)

Tags: Apple, Back to the Mac, Facetime, iLife 11, Lion, Mac app store, MacBook Air, OS X, OS X Lion

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