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Apple releases iMovie, GarageBand for iPad

updated 02:45 pm EST, Thu March 10, 2011

Apps arrive just before iPad 2

Apple has released iPad versions of its iMovie and GarageBand applications, which were initially previewed alongside the iPad 2. Both titles replicate many of the basic functions that are available in their Mac OS X counterparts, enabling users to create music with a variety of instruments or edit videos with transitions and other elements.

iMovie and GarageBand are now available on the App Store for $5 each. The company also shows off each title as part of its official guided tours for the iPad 2, which is set to arrive on the market tomorrow.










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  1. djbeta

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    can you import loops?

    Anyone know if you can import loops into Garage Band on the iPad ?

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