Apple announced the latest version of iLife yesterday - iLife '06. Steve Jobs described it as a "great leap forward" and it seems from a web publishing point of view it is. It now comes with a new app - iWeb, which wouldn't take Hercule Poirot too long to work out that it is a web development application. iWeb does require a .Mac account to publish apparently and it will be interesting to see what you can actually do with it in practice.
Living the iLife
I think with this release Apple have really injected a lot of "i", namely internet into the complete iLife '06 package. GarageBand 3 seems to have been steered into a Podcasting studio app, with intelligent features for podcasters to really get their teeth stuck into. Video is now supported too, and you can even record iChat interviews straight into it - neat huh?
Apple have spawned another new technology too - Photocasting, which looks like a great way for syndicating images.
RSS, AJAX and other technologies
Steve Jobs mentioned that all the iLife '06 stuff is to industry standards, so it'll be interesting if we can make some, nice and easy web standards pages using the app, hey, I could even do this site with it!