Last week, Apple launched their Pro Apps Bundle for Education in the U.S. for $199, which consists of Final Cut Pro X, Logic Pro X, Motion 5, Compressor 4 and MainStage 3. Many wondered when this discounted bundle would launch in Canada—and finally that day has come.
Apple has launched the Pro Apps Bundle for Education in Canada, priced at $259.99 CAD, available to teachers, faculty, staff and college students, along with K12 and HiEd institutions.
Priced on their own, Final Cut Pro is $399.99; Logic Pro X is $279.99; Motion is $69.99; Compressor is $69.99; and MainStage 3 is $39.99, for a total of $859.95. The new Pro Apps Bundle saves education users $599.96, which is huge (or yuuuuggge).
Click here to check out the Pro Apps Bundle for Education at $259.99.
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