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  • Mike Johnson12 Level 5 Level 5 (6,440 points)
    iWeb and iDVD were not updated for iLife 11. So the previous version is the most current. Apple did update iPhoto, Garage Band and iMovie.

    MJ
  • Matthew Morgan Level 7 Level 7 (22,595 points)
    Joe,

    If you have iLife '09, you have the latest version of iWeb.

    Matt
  • Mac Fanatic Level 1 Level 1 (115 points)
    maybe iweb is going to be a free mobileme cloud app in the future??
  • mcalester Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)
    Another very disappointed iWeb user here. Waiting and waiting for update and felt sure the App store would have it........... Please Mr. Jobs...... give us what we want!!!!
  • luke16 Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    MAYBE Apple are taking it out of the iLife suit and making it a standalone program and adding loads of features. However - when Mac OS X Lion was released - they released fullscreen versions of all the iLife and iWork suites, and iWeb was left out. Hopefully there will be a new version soon because I cannot find a program which is flexible and really easy to use. Fingers crossed

  • G Michael Otto Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Website building is no longer an option for One to One members, nor is iDVD.

  • kukumba Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    I agree with you totally.  I reall hope they update iweb or at least not make it so that you cant use it. I have done tons of work in iweb and evaluated the other programs out there and iweb is the best.  I bought my mac because of it. Please Apple... dont let it die.

  • pararc Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    I'm a business user of iWeb and an holding out, with slim hopes, for iWeb-4, re-engineered for improved speed on FTP servers + some packaged GUI's for password protection without havig to surgically insert HTML code.

     

    It seems odd that Apple would leave a gap in the apple suite of programs, that now integrates the same GUI, for example, between Pages and iWeb. After all, it seems that Apple prides itself on integration. But it also seems Apple is not focused so much on software development as much as on hardware sales, where that corparate profit rests, such as the iTexbook platform that may be great for education, but depends on the $500 iPad purchase hurdle. All-in-all would, not expect customer idealism to expect satisfaction, and am bracing myself to be one big disappointed Apple customer.

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