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MacBook Pro - Ilife


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I bought a new macbook pro and I guess it came with iLife, or some programs that come with iLife. My question is when my trial .mac membership expires will the programs disappear?

iWeb, etc??????
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No the iLife programs will not disappear.

http://www.apple.com/macbookpro/specs.html
If you go this page you will see under the software section iLife 08 is included.

You will notice that Microsoft Office and iWork 08 are both trials on your new MBP and will expire after 30 days from the day you install them.

Enjoy your new MBP.

1st - Performa 5200 75MHz // 2nd - B&W G3 300MHz // 3rd - MBP C2D 2.2 GHz

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