Apple released a brand new iPhoto for the iOS during its March 7 iPad media event. iPhoto for iOS, costing $4.99 on the App Store, is a universal app for both iPhone and iPad. It requires at least iPhone 4/4S and iPad 2, and requires the latest iOS 5.1.
When you try to install iPhoto on the first iPad, a message will pop up preventing you from buying and installing the app. The message “This app requires a front facing camera” is indeed strange as iPhoto is not a camera app.
We are highlighting this for those who own the first generation iPad. You can purchase the app on your iPhone 4/4S, thinking that it will work on your old iPad. Bt if you’ve already plan to buy the new iPad, then it is just a couple of days of waiting to use the app on a bigger screen.
Apple has released Digital Camera RAW Compatibility Update 3.7 which adds RAW format support to Aperture and iPhoto for the following cameras:
- Fujifilm FinePix X100
- Nikon D5100
- Olympus E-PL2
- Olympus XZ-1
- Samsung GX-1S
Update via the usual Software Update or from the support page.
Digital Camera RAW Compatibility Update 3.7 support page
Less than a month since the last update, Apple releases new bug fixes for iPhoto 9.1.3:
This update fixes a problem that could cause some events merged in iPhoto to be split back into multiple events on iOS devices after being synced.
Apple releases iPhoto 9.1.2, a minor update that includes a new card themes and bug fixes:
This update adds new card themes to iPhoto ’11. It also improves overall stability and addresses a number of other minor issues, including the following:
- Addresses an issue that prevented the Zoom slider from being accessible in Magnify (1-Up) view
- Fixes an issue where Toolbars were not auto-hiding in Full Screen view
- Search field now correctly performs an “includes” search when searching by text string
- Fixes minor formatting issues with book, card and calendar themes
- Message Size of emails now correctly updates when changes are made using the Photo Size menu
- Addresses an issue that prevented some iPhoto 5 libraries from upgrading correctly
- Multiple book pages can now be drag-selected when in All Pages view
- Design tools in print project panels are now accessible via separate Layout and Options buttons
- Photo backgrounds applied to a book are now preserved when book type is changed
- Tab key can now be used to navigate through all text fields in a book project
We have updated our AppleDB to reflect this new release.
Apple has released the second update to iPhoto ’11 since its debut as part of iLife ’11 on October 20. Version 9.1.1 of iPhoto includes new feature to allow photos to be emailed with the ability to specify a size when sending. This is similar to what is available in iOS Photos app. The update also fixes a few minor issues with Events and photo sorting.
Apple today released iPhoto 9.1, an update to the iPhoto app included in iLife ’11. This update comes pretty quick as Apple released iLife ’11 on October 20, with a bug fix iPhoto 9.0.1 release on October 30. This update brings back photo calendars which was missing in the initial release.
This update adds several new print product options to iPhoto ‚11. It also improves overall stability and addresses a number of other minor issues.
- Provides the ability to create and order calendars in iPhoto.
- Additional letterpress holiday greeting card themes are now available.
- Fixes an issue that prevented videos downloaded from MobileMe or Flickr from importing correctly into iPhoto events.
- The update is recommended for all users of iPhoto ‚11.
Apple has released an update to iPhoto’11 fixing possible data loss issue when upgrading a library from previous version of iPhoto. Apple recommends all users to update iPhoto to version 9.0.1 before updating your old iPhoto library for use in iPhoto ’11.
iPhoto 9.0.1 Download
Mac does not come with an image editing software, your search for an image editing software on the Mac need not end with Photoshop. Adobe Photoshop is the de facto standard in image editing software and is build for graphics professional. If you plan for a graphics design related career, it is a worthwhile investment to pick up and learn Photoshop. If your image editing requirement is somewhat moderate, the following are the *others* image editing software on the Mac that might suit your need at a cheaper cost. Some of the listed software are free and open source.
### 1. [Acorn](http://flyingmeat.com/acorn/)
![Acorn Image Editor](http://sanziro.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/06/acorn.png)
Build for Mac, this image editing software is designed with simplicity in mind. It has support for layers, text and vector type, filters and web export.
### 2. [Adobe Photoshop Elements](http://www.adobe.com/products/photoshopelmac/)
![Photoshop Element For Mac](http://sanziro.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/06/photoshop-element-for-mac.png)
Photo and image editing software that targets home and semi-pro users, using the “Photoshop” name but is entirely different product.
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