Five-license family pack also available
Apple has added the iLife '11 suite -- released just Wednesday -- to Mac Box Set offerings available at the online Apple store, and various other outlets such as Amazon. A basic $129 bundle includes iLife '11, Mac OS X Snow Leopard and iWork '09. The Family Pack edition costs $179, but includes licenses for five computers instead of just one.
MacMall Snow Leopard promo
MacMall is currently running an introductory promotion for Apple's Snow Leopard upgrade, along with the range of family packs and bundles. The basic upgrade for a single system is available to pre-order for $24.99, a savings of $4. The Mac Box Set is available for $149.99, a savings of $19, and includes the Snow Leopard Upgrade, iWork and iLife.
DealNN: Apple 24" display
Today's featured DealNN deal is on the Apple LED 24-inch cinema display. It is regularly priced at $899, but until April 30th DealNN readers can save $100 instantly dropping the price to $799. That's the same cost for a refurb. model from the Apple store. The LED cinema display is is designed to work seamlessly with Mac notebooks via the mini display port and universal MagSafe connector and features a built-in iSight camera, microphone and speaker system.
Apple's Mac Box Set debuts
Without any mention of next-generation Mac OS X Snow Leopard operating system, Apple's Phil Schiller on Tuesday morning quietly introduced a new bundle box set: the Mac Box Set, which includes the current generation OS, Mac OS X Leopard, as well as the new iLife '09 and iWork '09 updates--each of which are available separately for $129 (Leopard), $79 (iLife '09), and $79 (iWork '09). The latter require the former, thus making it more economical for those who have not