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Discussion in 'iOS 7' started by Nanasaki, Sep 10, 2013.
iWork now is free... also iPhoto and iMovie?
Demand refund for these app!
It seems that it may only be free for new iOS devices.
We're talking about short money for these apps. Not worth the aggravation
I'm sure that your check is in the mail........
wow thanks Apple... I already paid for those anyway...
Just because they dropped in price doesn't make Apple obligated to give everyone refunds.
They only dropped in price for new devices though.
Which is BS.
What I'm surprised about is how they haven't announced new versions of iWork and iLife. The current version looks incredibly out of place on iOS 7.
You thought it was worth the price they asked when you bought it.
Why get upset now?
If it was worth that price when you bought it, shut yer pie hole.
Seriously though. You bought it for a reason.
Apple doesn't owe the OP a refund.
Just not ready yet. iWork team has been working on the iCloud version, and Apple said a new version for OS X is also coming.
They should have at least updated the icons, though, they look *really* out of place.
Very true. The iPhone 5s features page still shows all of the Apple apps looking the same as before. 3rd party apps are starting to look more native than the Apple ones.
You got the app for what you felt was worth it at the time.
Might as well start asking for refunds for all the other apps that you might have bought, that have either gone "free" or got a reduced price.
Can we restore our current iPhones and get the iWork apps?
I purchased BF 1942 many years ago, last year it became free. Do i want a refund? No because i paid for something i wanted. and so did you!!
So stop bitching about it, no one told you to buy these apps.
1. You don't have a new iOS device.
2. This was front page news on macrumors months ago.
They are stuck trying to figure out how to ruin the icons.
So I still have a 4S that I bought on contract for $199.... It's now being offered for free.. Should I get a refund??? /s
Of course not! Stop trying to work the system
I also thought this. I mean i purchased the apps when they first launched. I am sure people have downloaded them today. It would be fair to credit accounts, or give extra storage on icloud, or something.
"iPhoto, iMovie, Keynote, Pages, and Numbers are free on the App Store for qualifying iOS 7 compatible devices activated after September 1, 2013."
I hope this applies to older devices that were updated to iOS 7 after September 1st.
updated is not the same as activated, so no.
How do you know?
Too bad. You're not going to get one. Neither am I. Nobody is. Deal with it.
Updated/restore is not the same as activated. You can only activate an iPhone for use only once.