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Apple today in their iPhone event said that its iWork,iMovie and iPhoto apps will be available to download for free for all the people who purchase new iOS devices.Previously these apps used to cost between $5 to $10 each.But now apple is making them available free to download for newly purchases iOS devices.In the event tim cook said that “These devices are not just for content consumption but also for content creation” hence they are making them available for free.The user while setting up their iOS device will be asked whether to download the apps and user has an option to download all apps with the click of a button.