Apple has a range of products designed to attract new users, ruminates Motley Fool this morning.
In a report which agrees that Apple's present strategy appears highly-focused on its iPod and iTunes, the commentator notes the importance of iLife to the company's future plans.
"iLife's inclusion on new Mac systems is Apple's way to get consumers accustomed to using its editing software, just in case you ever aspire for more," the report points out.
Users can upgrade to Apple's Final Cut and Logic products if they want more power.
"In iPod, iTunes, and iLife, Apple has surrounded itself with strong products, which it hopes will soon lead to consumers buying more Macs," it concludes.