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One certainty for Apple CEO Steve Jobs' Macworld Expo keynote next week: he'll announce iLife '07, the latest version of the company's consumer-friendly media tools suite. That, at least, is what Amazon.com is tacitly saying: it's posted a 'coming soon' entry for the software.

The current version of the suite bundles together iPhoto, iMovie, iDVD, GarageBand and iWeb. There's no indication from the Amazon.com iLife '07 page what the new version will contain, but presumably we can look forward to updated versions of the key apps at the very least.

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The website doesn't provide any information beyond the name and that fact it will be available in two forms: a standard single-user edition and a multi-user Family Pack. It will contain PowerPC and Intel versions, but that's no surprise at all. ®

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