updated 11:32 am EDT, Wed July 25, 2012
Aperture, iPhoto get Mountain Lion compatibility
On top of today's other software updates, Apple has also pushed updates for Aperture, iMovie, and iPhoto. The Aperture and iPhoto updates notably add support for OS X Mountain Lion, which was launched earlier today. In the case of iPhoto, this means that sharing options now include Messages and Twitter.
The patches otherwise concentrate mostly on minor improvements and bugfixes. Aperture has been cleaned up to solve problems with performance related to Full Screen mode, for instance, while iMovie has been fixed to eliminate issues with third-party QuickTime components, MPEG-2 previews during Camera Import, and audio going missing those imports. Aperture, though, has gained the ability to use Skin Tone mode in Auto White Balance even when Faces is disabled, and sort projects and albums in the Library Inspector according to name and kind.