Apple has just released a number of free apps for tous users of iOS and macOS , namely the applications included in iLife (GarageBand and iMovie) and iWork (Pages, Numbers and Keynote) . These applications could already be accessible free of charge from certain users for the purchase of a recent Mac or iOS device, but are now available to all users. The latest updates for these five applications on the Mac App Store and the iOS App Store therefore caused the purchase price to jump . As a reminder, iWork provides a fairly complete office suite with Pages word processor, Numbers spreadsheet, and Keynote presentation software, while iLife includes iMovie video editing software and GarageBand music software. >>> Read: The best iOS apps to replace the default Apple apps Most of these applications were already included in Macs sold since 2013, offering them free access to download them again on a new machine. This decision was made after the release of Mavericks, Apple's first operating system. to be distributed for free. On the iOS side, these same applications were also accessible free of charge with the purchase of a new device. Thus, this total gratuitousness mainly concerns users who would not have bought a new Mac or new device. iOS in recent years, Apple also clarified that it should above all help ease the conditions for businesses and schools by simplifying their access to this software.