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Apple releases iPhoto 4.03 update

updated 04:55 pm EDT, Thu August 5, 2004

iPhoto 4.03 update

Apple today released iPhoto 4.03 after earlier this week, providing the same description of changes. Apple did not return calls seeking comment on the changes in the new version.

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  1. Mr Yuk

    Joined: Dec 1969


    Update was flawed

    You can find a bunch of discussion on the Apple site regarding hangups and other problems with the update. No surprise they pulled it.

  1. cdhostage

    Joined: Dec 1969


    The reason was

    iPhoto 4.0.2 functioned perfectly normally for forty-seven seconds, then irrevocably added a "Quack" sound whenever you closed a window.

  1. Go Bells

    Joined: Dec 1969


    Hmm... Quack sound...

    worked normally except for Quack sound.. um, as sad as this sounds, but, do you know where I can get that version... I'd like to spice up my iPhoto experience with a nice "QUACK" every now and then-

  1. Meövv

    Joined: Dec 1969


    Updated the library

    Version 4.0.3 updated the library the first time after I started it. No problems so far. It launches fast and loads the library in a few seconds. It takes a long time to quit but who cares?

  1. Faceplant

    Joined: Dec 1969



    I think it does seem a bit snappier.

  1. misterdna

    Joined: Dec 1969



    interesting that the previous update didn't require updating the library, but this version did. has anyone else experienced changes to their libraries after the updating process with previous iPhoto updates? i had lots of duplicates and date changes on many rolls after some past iPhoto update...

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