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Apple iMovie review | Tom’s Guide

Apple iMovie specs

OS: macOS v10.15.6 (Catalina) or later
CPU: Intel 64-bit processor or better
Memory: 4GB of RAM (but the more RAM the better)
HDD: 2.2GB hard drive space

iPhone / iPad
OS: iOS / iPadOS 14.0 or later
4K60fps video requirements: Requires iPod Touch (7th generation), iPhone SE (2nd generation), iPhone 7 or later, iPad (6th generation) or later, iPad mini (5th generation), iPad Air 3 or later, or 10.5-inch iPad Pro or later

HDR video requirements: Requires iPhone SE (2nd generation), iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone X or later, iPad mini (5th generation), iPad (7th generation) or later, iPad Air 3 or later, or 10.5-inch iPad Pro or later

2020 saw a number of new features added to both the Mac and iOS versions of iMovie, including brand new filters that lend your home films a comic-book effect and 25 new soundtracks covering all genres. 

With this update, Apple has also patched the issues with the Redo effect, making it easier to edit on your iPhone and iPad, as well as your Macbook or iMac. 

In this iMovie review, we’ll see if it still has the chops as one of the best free video editing software programs. We’ll look at every aspect, from inclusive features to usability and competition, to see if this movie-making software can work for you. 

iMovie works on all Mac devices (Image credit: Apple)

Apple iMovie review: Plans and pricing

Apple iMovie

iMovie has been free for all Apple users since 2013 (Image credit: Apple)

iMovie has been totally free for iMac, Macbook, iPad, and iPhone users since 2013. New devices come with iMovie pre-installed, and it’s free to download on Apple’s App Store. 

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