Accept bundled apps using the Mac App Store

When you buy a new Mac, it comes with with some apps pre-installed. You need to accept these apps using your Apple ID in order to keep them up to date.

Alerts may occur when accepting bundled applications from the Mac App Store

If your computer came with OS X Lion or later, you'll need to accept pre-installed applications such as iPhoto, iMovie, and GarageBand through the Mac App Store before you can install updated versions.  Learn what to do if you encounter … Continue reading

Mac OS X 10.5: Some applications may unexpectedly quit after Java Update 4 is installed

After installing Mac OS X 10.5 Java Update 4, applications such as Mail, Safari, iChat, iMovie, and iPhoto may unexpectedly quit each time they are opened.

Apple product tutorials

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iPhoto ’09 & iPhoto ’11: Editing photos in iPhoto will not refresh image in Flickr gallery

If you have published images to your Flickr account from iPhoto ’09 or iPhoto ’11, attempting to edit these images from your iPhoto application and then republishing to your Flickr account will not replace your published photo with your new … Continue reading

iLife: System Requirements

iLife system requirements

iLife ’11: System requirements

See below for iLife ’11 system requirements.

iLife ’09: Music and Photos may not be accessible from your Media Browser

If you installed the iLife Support 9.0.3 update, and subsequently used Migration Assistant to transfer your files to a new Mac, you may be unable to see your iPhoto images or iTunes music in the Media Browser of your iLife … Continue reading

iLife: Troubleshooting Basics

If one of your iLife applications (iPhoto, iMovie, GarageBand, iDVD, or iWeb) isn’t performing normally, try these basic troubleshooting steps to resolve the situation. Please note that these steps aren’t exhaustive and are not intended to cover any specific issue.

iLife ’09: System requirements

 Learn about the system requirements for iLife ’09.