Apple offers education bundle for professional Mac apps


Ars Technica:

If you're a student, teacher, or staff member at a K-12 institution or college who is eligible for Apple's education pricing, the company is announcing a bundle that provides a substantial discount for its pro apps. Together, those apps would run you $630--$300 for Final Cut Pro, $200 for Logic Pro X, $50 for Motion, $50 for Compressor, and $30 for MainStage 3--but the bundled cost is just $200.

Final Cut Pro is a deal there even if you're not interested in the other apps. I never really used Logic Pro, but if I got it free, I'd find something to do with it. I do use Compressor a lot and once in a very while I might use Motion.