Where`s iWeb

Fullmoon2014

macrumors newbie
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Dec 8, 2011
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I got my MacBook Pro yesterday, and I love it. It`s fun work to get to know the machine and the OS. But I can`t find iWeb. I even searched on App Store, but I couldn`t find it there either.
Can somebody tell me where I can find it
 

GGJstudios

macrumors Westmere
May 16, 2008
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I got my MacBook Pro yesterday, and I love it. It`s fun work to get to know the machine and the OS. But I can`t find iWeb. I even searched on App Store, but I couldn`t find it there either.
Can somebody tell me where I can find it
iWeb is going away. It's no longer included on new Macs and is not available on the App Store. It's only available on DVD copies of iLife, but i can't locate the link to those. Perhaps they're gone, too.
 
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3282868

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It went the way of the dodo along with updated Mac Pro's, a decent display line, a revamped file system, a professional FCPX launch, Exposé and Spaces from Snow Leopard, Open GL support beyond 3.2 (FULL CORE support), iDisk, iWork Beta, and an iOS driven OS X system with "Game Center," "Mission Control" with iOS Spaces, lack of true multiple display functionality on OS X, and on and on.

For those that say Apple cares more about iOS because of the consumer $$$, I have to ask them, how are all those iOS app's running that are built on OS X desktops? Yeah. Good luck final cut editing HD video on that new new iPad. :rolleyes:

Apple's selling less desktops because those who bought them are fed up with Apple's lack of focus on professionals and are moving to Windows/Unix systems, hence the growth in that market. Sad times for us who make their living on Mac Pro's and OS X systems.
 

Fullmoon2014

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Dec 8, 2011
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I think I`m gonna buy it from eBay.
Will iLife 11 work with the newest OS X? I have version 10.7.2.
 
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throAU

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Feb 13, 2012
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Apple's selling less desktops because those who bought them are fed up with Apple's lack of focus on professionals and are moving to Windows/Unix systems, hence the growth in that market. Sad times for us who make their living on Mac Pro's and OS X systems.
Guess again.

Apple's mac division has been growing at 25% per quarter for a long time, and recently maintaining that growth vs negative growth for the PC industry as a whole.

iWeb was crap anyway.