Nokia isn’t the only company that has some major announcements to make on October 22 as Apple also has some news to share on the same date. Many analysts and journalists expect the event to revolve are the announcement of a new iPad, but one bit of news that was supposed to be announced during the event has reportedly leaked out ahead of its expected reveal.
Prior to tomorrow’s “A Lot To Cover” event, Apple has revised its built-in Apps page for its iPhone 5S that shows off some new iOS 7-themed icons for their iLife and iWork applications for iOS. As nice as that is, the real bit of news here is the fact GarageBand’s footnote says the application will become a free basic download for all iOS 7 devices.
Unlike the other five iLife and iWork applications that became free when iOS 7 released, Garageband will include in-app purchases allowing those who want to use different instruments and sounds to purchase them. It’s unknown at this time just how much additional instruments and sounds will cost those iOS 7 users who want to jam out while they’re on the go, but we’re sure all will be revealed during tomorrow’s “A Lot To Cover” event.
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