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Saturday, 4 February 2017

Apple Launches Special Educational Apps Offer


Although Apple has great native apps that are quite intuitive to use for video and audio editing like iMovie and GarageBand , the results are truly spectacular, the reality is that they are far from having the power and capacity of other professional-quality applications such as Final Cut Pro.


Of course, in addition to the pro finish, also have prices that far away the student or scholar. But quiet, if you are studying an audiovisual career or similar, you are in luck because Apple has a scandalous offer for you.


Final Cut Pro X, Logic Pro X, Motion 5, Compressor 4 and MainStage 3 pack offerings


In fact, it is the same as audiovisual studies or engineering since the offer extends to the education sector in all its scope , that is, affects all university students, faculty and school staff in general, and extends to regulated schools Such as schools, institutes and other institutions.

And Apple has released a pack that includes Final Cut Pro X, Logic Pro X, Motion 5, Compressor 4 and MainStage 3 with a spectacular launch price: $ 199. The pack is called Pro Apps Bundle for Education and is currently only available in the United States. Let's hope it's a matter of time for Apple to extend it to everyone.


Yes, I know it's money, but keep in mind that for example only the Final Cut Pro separately already costs $ 299 and Logic Pro X $ 199, so if you're the one that gives them cane, I do not I would think twice.

This Pro Apps Bundle for Education that includes Final Cut Pro X, Logic Pro X, Motion 5, Compressor 4 and MainStage 3 is available by accessing the Apple Store from the education sector - from where we also have discounts on all Apple products -. When you buy it from the web, you receive an email with codes that can be exchanged for applications by accessing the App Store. In the web it is also warned that these codes can take up to 24 h in arriving.

Via | 9to5Mac

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