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Apple kills work on Aperture, shifts efforts to Yosemite's Photos app

06/27, 1:36pm

Software has struggled in competition with Lightroom

Development of Aperture has halted, and is instead shifting to the editing tools in OS X Yosemite's Photos app, Apple has announced. Photos -- which will actually miss the launch of Yosemite, and ship in early 2015 -- will include an option to import Aperture libraries. Compatibility updates should let Aperture run in Yosemite, but no further support is planned. Apple and Adobe are cooperating to help some users migrate to Lightroom.

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Photos to see future overhaul, replace iPhoto on OS X, iOS

06/02, 4:00pm

Will consolidate management, editing and cloud storage in cross-platform app

At today's WWDC keynote, Apple announced a significant consolidation of its Photos management app for iOS, and talked briefly about how it will eventually replace iPhoto with a new Photos app for Mac sometime next year. Photos, which is now primarily a management app with very limited editing capability, appears to be taking on iPhoto's features in an overhauled UI format on both platforms.

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Briefly: Digital Camera Raw update, iPhone-controlled AC

03/20, 10:17pm

Apple updates Digital Camera Raw Compatibility plug-in for iPhoto, Aperture

On Thursday, Apple updated its Digital Camera RAW plug-in for Aperture 3 and iPhoto '11 that adds compatibility with supported and new RAW camera output formats. The latest version, 5.04, adds six new cameras to its support list for users running OS X 10.8.5 or later and recent versions of Aperture (3.4.5 or higher) and iPhoto (v9.4.3 or higher). The update adds support for the Fujifilm X-E2 and X-T1, the Nikon D3300 and Nikon 1 AW1, the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GM1 and the Pentax K-3. The update is now available through the Mac App Store's Software Update.

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Apple snaps up variety of .camera, .photography domains

02/06, 1:04pm

Domain names mostly connected to Aperture, FaceTime, other apps

Apple has acquired another batch domains from ICANN, reports note. The latter this week opened up access to more generic top-level domains; Apple secured 16 .camera and .photography addresses, specifically one of each for names including "aperture," "apple," "facetime," "imovie," "iphoto," "isight," "photobooth," and "retina." Apple is presumably holding the domains to prevent squatters from exploiting them.

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iPhoto for iOS may be plagiarizing third-party app icon

11/08, 4:20pm

Apps share similar functions

The new iOS 7 version of iPhoto appears to have stolen icon art from a third-party app, Pic Stitch, users note. The icon for iPhoto's "Web Journal" option (located under the Share menu) appears to be virtually identical to the Pic Stitch app icon except that it's rotated and the colors are swapped. The developer of Pic Stitch, Big Blue Clip, has yet to respond to inquiries.

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Apple issues Digital Camera RAW, Mavericks migration updates

10/22, 5:42pm

RAW update makes minor tweaks

In the wake of OS X Mavericks' release, Apple has already posted three related software updates. The first is Digital Camera RAW Compatibility Update 4.09. The code adds iPhoto '11 and Aperture 3 support for Olympus' PEN E-P5 camera, and brings back lens correction for Sony RX100 photos. It also solves bad white balance for Nikon images edited by third-party apps.

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Updated iCloud icons hint at new versions of iPhoto, GarageBand

10/17, 9:48am

Apps have yet to get iOS makeover

Updated icons for iPhoto and GarageBand within iOS' iCloud Storage Management settings hint that Apple is on the verge of updating the apps, notes AppleInsider. The icons have to be downloaded from Apple servers whenever someone enters the Storage Management panel, suggesting that Apple is laying the groundwork for the updated software. Visually the icons have been changed to adopt the flat, colorful design of iOS 7.

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Apple updates Digital Raw Compatibility, Epson printer drivers

09/13, 12:55am

Adds one new camera, corrects lens and white balance issues, more

Alongside other OS X and security updates on Thursday, Apple also released updated drivers for Epson scanner and fax models, as well as a small update to its Digital RAW Compatibility file for iPhoto and Aperture. The RAW Compatibility update follows on the heels of the recently-released version 4.08, and adds support for only one camera, the Olympus PEN E-P5, but also restores lens correction to images shot by the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-RX100, and addresses a white balance issue with some Nikon images modified by third-party apps.

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Apple makes iWork, iPhoto, iMovie free for new iOS device purchases

09/10, 1:54pm

On-screen prompt for downloads will appear on devices

As hinted at previously, Apple will be providing five best-selling creativity and productivity apps free to customers buying new iOS devices. The iWork suite, consisting of Keynote, Pages, and Numbers, along with iPhoto and iMovie will be available to download at no charge to anyone purchasing a new iPad, new iPhone, or 5th-gen iPod touch in the future.

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Apple updates Digital Camera Raw compatibility for iPhoto, Aperture

08/22, 8:38pm

Supports eight new models for Lion, Mountain Lion users

Apple on Thursday updated its compatibility file for cameras able to use the RAW format, lending support for new models to both iPhoto '11 and Aperture 3.x. The new version, 4.08, is the first update since late June and includes support for new or revised Canon, Fuji, Leica, Nikon, Pentax and Sony cameras. The update is only applicable to Lion (10.7) and Mountain Lion (10.8) users, and weighs in at 6.58MB.

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iMessage, multiple iCloud services hit with lengthy outages

08/22, 9:19am

Downtime in progress for several hours

Several of Apple's online services continue to be non-functional for some users after they went down at 12:30AM Eastern, according to Apple's system status tracker. Perhaps the most critical ones are iMessage and iCloud backup, but several other iCloud functions are also out. These include Photo Stream, Documents in the Cloud, and iPhoto Journals.

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iOS 7 beta hints at iWork suite going free in near future

07/09, 11:35am

Several paid Apple apps included in first-time recommendations

An oddity in the latest iOS 7 beta suggests that Apple could make the iOS edition of iWork and/or several other of its apps free. The App Store's first-time recommendation window, which suggests Apple apps to download, is currently including the iWork apps -- Pages, Keynote, Numbers -- as well as several other paid titles, like iMovie, iPhoto, and GarageBand. The window normally only mentions free apps, such as iBooks and Find My iPhone.

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Apple updates iPhoto, Aperture with bug fixes, tweaks

04/16, 5:45pm

Photo Stream, Facebook, Nikon P7700 Raw issues addressed

On Tuesday amidst a slew of small updates, Apple has posted new versions of its photo-management and editing software programs iPhoto (now at version 9.4.3) and Aperture (now at v3.4.4). Both are designed to address an handful of specific issues in each program, along with the usual stability and performance improvements. Both also require OS X 10.7.5 (for Lion users) or 10.8.2 (for Mountain Lion users) as a minimum. Apart from that, the two updates address entirely different areas to resolve known issues.

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Aperture, iPhoto RAW Compatibility Update 4.02 released

11/29, 5:04pm

Canon, Nikon, Panasonic, Sony cameras added or improved

Apple has released a Digital Camera RAW Compatibility Update, version 4.02, for Aperture 3.x and iPhoto '11. The new version improves the compatibility of the two applications with a number of new camera models that take pictures in RAW format. Models from Canon, Nikon, Panasonic, and Sony are among those included in the update, which is just 5.04MB in size. The update works with the now-combined iPhoto and Aperture libraries, meaning only one update needs to be issued for users of both -- or either -- programs.

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Apple updates iPhoto, Aperture, Safari [U]

11/01, 7:00pm

Safari update is for ML only, includes security fixes

[Update: details on Safari update added] Late on Thursday, Apple updated its two photo-oriented programs iPhoto and Aperture, to versions 9.4.2 and 3.4.2 respectively. Both share some commonalities in the updates, but Aperture in particular has addressed a number of issues and enhancements with the new version. In addition, the company issued a small, security-oriented update of Safari 6, which now at v6.0.2 (and currently only available from the Mac App Store) exclusively -- thus far -- for users of Mountain Lion 10.8.2 and higher.

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Amazon Cloud Drive hits Spain and Italy, gets iPhoto hooks

10/04, 3:54pm

Amazon finishes bringing service to major European markets

Amazon has expanded its Cloud Drive online storage service to two more countries in Europe, Spain and Italy, according to an announcement. As elsewhere, the service includes a free 5GB of storage; in the new regions, adding 20GB costs 8 euros per year. The expansion completes Amazon's coverage of the major European markets, following the UK, France, and Germany.

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Apple updates iPhoto, runs customer survey on it

10/01, 6:59pm

Bug fixes include Facebook, iOS syncing issues

Having issued a similar update for Aperture over the weekend, Apple on Monday updated iPhoto to version 9.4.1, which likewise acts as a general bug-fix update that improves the reliability of syncing with iOS devices through iTunes and also addresses issues with downloading and viewing photos synced with a Facebook album. In a related development, MacNN has learned that Apple is surveying customers on their use (or lack of use) of various features in iPhoto, including the ability to buy printed products.

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Apple updates Aperture, iMovie, iPhoto

07/25, 11:32am

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.

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Apple posts Digital Camera RAW Compatibility Update 3.14

06/26, 4:51pm

Adds support for just two cameras

Apple has released a minor Digital Camera RAW Compatibility Update for OS X, v3.14. The patch is smaller than most in fact, adding support for just two more cameras: the Canon Rebel T4i -- also known as the EOS 650D or the Kiss X6i -- and the Sony Alpha SLT-A37. Installing the software allows the cameras' RAW formats to be read in Aperture 3 and iPhoto '11.

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iPhoto for iOS update gives proper credit to OpenStreetMap

05/04, 10:55am

Company violated OSM rules in original iPhoto release

Apple rectified missing credit to the OpenStreetMap Foundation with its most recent update of iPhoto for iOS, reports say. When the app was originally released in March, Apple left out attribution, despite it being a necessary condition of using OSM mapping data. The Foundation highlighted the problem in same blog post it used to point out Apple's adoption of OSM data.

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Rumor has iPhoto '12 in summer, based on iOS app

04/24, 1:30pm

iCloud, iOS links may be core elements

iPhoto '12 will be released for the Mac this summer, and carry heavy influence from the recently-launched iOS app, according to sources for a Dutch-language website, Apple Weetjes. This includes retouching functions, and the ability to quickly transfer photos from iOS devices running iPhoto. Users will also allegedly be able to publish an album to iCloud, replacing the current Mac software's option to publish a MobileMe gallery.

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Google axes One Pass, Google Talk web app, BlackBerry Sync

04/20, 4:15pm

Google 'spring cleaning' targets mobile

Google on Friday detailed another round of sweeping consolidation that would drop even more of the servers it no longer considers vital. One Pass, its digital publication payment system, has been shuttered and its users transitioned to "other platforms." The implementation was intended to compete with Apple's own App Store publication rules and gave publishers as much as a 90 percent cut as well as access to subscriber details.

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Apple posts revised Java, new Digital Camera RAW updates

04/06, 9:50am

Makes rare backtrack on earlier code

Apple is pushing out two new patches to Mac users via Software Update. Of these the most critical is Java for OS X 2012-002, which actually replaces 2012-001, released earlier this week. Apple rarely outright removes an earlier update; 001 may have had a critical bug or security flaw that was somehow missed in a rush put out the code, which was meant to combat the Flashback Trojan.

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Apple updates iPhoto, Adobe posts Lightroom 4.1 RC1

03/29, 7:00pm

Both minor updates, offer stability enhancements

Apple and Adobe both chose Thursday to offer minor updates to each company's most well-known photo-management programs. Apple has boosted iPhoto to v9.2.3, addressing a specific multiple-user bug and overall stability, while Adobe has issued the first Release Candidate of Lightroom 4.1, which fixes a number of issues including possible lost book layouts, performance in certain situations, and properly opening external apps for further editing.

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Briefly: Apple adds D800 support, Toast adds iPad resolution

03/22, 8:30pm

RAW update adds Nikon D800 only

Apple has issued a rare minor update to its Digital Camera RAW Compatibility support for iPhoto '11 and Aperture 3, adding only a single camera model: the Nikon D800, announced in early February but only now finding its way to store shelves. The update, now at v3.1.1, will be available automatically through Software Update or users can download it directly from Apple's support site.

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iPhoto iOS app up to 1 million users, Apple says

03/21, 3:55pm

Pure downloads unmentioned

The $5 iOS version of iPhoto has hit 1 million users, Apple tells The Loop. The app has only been on sale since March 7th. Apple is also distinguishing between users and downloads; through iCloud, a single user can download an app multiple times.

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Digital Camera RAW update for iPhoto, Aperture posted

03/14, 7:00pm

Adds support for eight new cameras

Apple has posted an update for iPhoto '11 and Aperture 3 to add new camera compatibility. Digital Camera RAW Compatibility Update v3.10 adds support for models from Canon, Nikon, Panasonic, Samsung and Sony and a total of eight new cameras. Notably missing from the list of compatible cameras is the Fujifilm X10, a well-reviewed mid-range camera we tested earlier this week. The update requires Snow Leopard 10.6.8 or OS X Lion 10.7.1 or later.

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OpenStreetMap confirms Apple use, says it's out of spec

03/08, 11:55am

OpenStreetMap known to be used in iPhoto for iOS

Discoveries late Wednesday that Apple had dropped Google Maps data in iPhoto for iOS were reinforced Thursday after OpenStreetMap confirmed that its data was being used for the app. Information for at least non-US areas was being derived from the crowd-sourced mapping. While not said, any cosmetic changes were Apple's work, something it's allowed to do as long as it doesn't alter data.

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iOS 5.1 goes live with new camera, pseudo-4G bar on AT&T

03/07, 4:05pm

iOS 5.1 posted quickly

As promised, Apple has posted iOS 5.1. The update adds both the promised Japanese support for Siri and the new iPad's voice dictation as well as features that had previously been leaked, such as the new lock screen that provides an always-available shortcut to the camera. Users now just have to swipe upwards from the home screen to launch the camera instead of double-tapping the home button and pressing once more.

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iPhoto arrives for iPad; iMovie, iWork, GarageBand updated

03/07, 2:40pm

Updates introduced alongside new iPad

Apple has finally brought iPhoto to the iPad, while introducing updates to the existing iMovie, iWork and GarageBand apps. The apps, introduced alongside the new iPad, have been reworked to take advantage of the third-generation tablet's 2048x1536 'Retina Display', which quadruples the pixel density from the 1024x768 display of the original iPad and iPad 2.

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Apple posts Digital Camera RAW Compatibility Update 3.9

11/10, 5:25pm

Supports new cameras from Nikon, Sony, Olympus

Apple has posted a new Digital Camera RAW Compatibility Update, v3.9. The patch extends support for different RAW formats within Aperture 3 and iPhoto '11. Newly supported camera lines include Nikon's 1 J1, 1 V1, and CoolPix P7100, as well as Sony's NEX-5N, Alpha SLT-A65, and Alpha SLT-A77, and Olympus' PEN E-PL1s, PEN E-PL3, and PEN E-PM1.

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Apple issues iPhoto update, fixes 3ivx conflict

10/26, 5:55pm

Video codec caused crashes in Lion

Apple today updated iPhoto '11 to v9.2.1, a bugfix update the corrects a crashing and importing issue that appeared whenever there was an old 3ivx codec present when users upgraded iPhoto to v9.2. The update, which is only available via Software Update at present, fixes the issue without requiring users to remove the 3ivx codec, which resolved the issue for users prior to the update. The codec was most commonly installed on Mac systems via the Flip digital video recorder.

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iPhoto 9.2 implements iCloud, Photo Stream support

10/12, 2:05pm

Also makes interface changes, bugfixes

Continuing a barrage of software updates, Apple has released a new version of iPhoto, 9.2. The software implements compatibility with iCloud, especially Photo Stream, which syncs and shares photos with iOS 5. Apple has also made some interface upgrades however, for instance adding swipe gestures to photos in the Magnify (1-up) view, and breaking off previously imported photos into a separate part of the Import window.

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Apple issues Digital Camera RAW Compatibility Update 3.8

09/01, 4:25pm

Adds Sony, Samsung, Panasonic cameras

Apple has posted Digital Camera RAW Compatibility Update 3.8, a new add-on for OS X Lion and Snow Leopard. The download expands the number of native RAW formats supported by iPhoto '11 and Aperture 3. RAW files represent unprocessed photo data, unlike the JPEGs many cameras default to.

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iPhone 5 design possibly leaked in Photo Stream icon

08/31, 4:00pm

iPhone 5 icon hints larger screen

Hints of the iPhone 5's real design may have come through an unusual source as a sighting in Apple's latest Photo Stream beta has shown an unusual icon. Rather than match the usual iPhone layout, it shows a device with a wide home button and considerably reduced blank spaces above and below the display, alluding to a bigger screen. The 9to5 capture nearly recalls the design of the Galaxy S II.

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Apple seeds new OS X 10.7.2, iCloud, iPhoto 9.2 betas

08/26, 2:55pm

iCloud makes way toward fall launch

Apple has released new developer seeds for three upcoming Mac updates. The first is OS X 10.7.2, now in build 11C43. The iCloud Lion client has now been advanced to beta 9, while iPhoto 9.2 is in its third beta. Apple warns that installing the latter will replace any existing installation of iPhoto, and that beta 3 will not open libraries created by beta 1. The only way to revert iPhoto to an earlier version is to do a clean install of OS X and then install iPhoto again separately.

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Apple seeds new iOS iWork, Mac iPhoto betas to developers

08/01, 10:00pm

New versions incorporate iCloud syncing

On the heels of today's iCloud.com beta, Apple has released a new beta for iWork for iOS and a refreshed iPhoto for Mac that includes iCloud compatibility. The iWork updates will allow developers to sync documents begun on one iOS device onto another automatically (if desired), or onto the iCloud website -- where users can also edit documents, with the results automatically synced back to iOS devices.

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GarageBand, iMovie, iPhoto get minor updates

07/11, 12:45pm

Solves myriad glitches

Using the Mac App Store, Apple has released updates to the three apps in iLife '11: GarageBand, iMovie and iPhoto. In each circumstance the updates address underlying bugs instead of adding new features. GarageBand 6.0.4 for instance fixes problems with the Lesson Store not finishing downloads, and tempo-based effects slipping out of sync with the main tempo. Magic GarageBand project files should open properly in the tracks view.

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Apple updates RAW compatibility, pro apps

05/17, 7:00pm

Adds new cameras, quashes bugs

Apple today updated both their digital camera RAW compatibility for Leopard and Snow Leopard, as well as ProKit, the general updater for the company's "pro-class" software. ProKit has now been updated to version 7.0 for Snow Leopard 10.6.6 or later, and makes improvements along with fixing leaks and issues, including a bug in AppKit itself. The Digital RAW Compatibility Update is numbered as v3.7, and adds support for five new digital cameras to Aperture 3 and iPhoto '11.

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Apple updates iPhoto to 9.1.3, fixes splitting issue

05/11, 8:35pm

Merged events now stay merged after sync

Apple today released a minor update to iPhoto, now at version 9.1.3, to correct an issue where merged events would spontaneously be split back into separate events when synched with an iOS device. The update is 106.29MB in size and is recommended for all iPhoto and iLife '11 users. It is now available either directly from Apple's Support Downloads area or through Software Update. It requires Mac OS X 10.6.6 or later.

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Apple posts iPhoto 9.1.2, Snow Leopard font update

04/26, 4:50pm

iPhoto gets tweaks, bugfixes, new card themes

Apple has released a pair of software updates, most notably iPhoto 9.1.2. The patch adds new card themes, but primarily makes a number of bugfixes as well as some interface improvements. Some of the eliminated glitches include ones with the Zoom slider in Magnify view, toolbar auto-hiding in fullscreen mode, and the formatting of book, card and calendar themes.

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Windows Phone 7 Connector for Mac 1.1 adds Apple Lossless

03/26, 1:10pm

Windows Phone 7 Connector adds Apple Lossless sync

Microsoft gave Mac users more parity with their Windows peers late Friday with the 1.1 update to Windows Phone 7 Connector for Mac (free, App Store). The new version now lets Apple Lossless (ALAC) tracks sync to Windows Phone 7 or, likely, Zune HD devices. Those using the desktop Zune app on Windows already had Windows Media Audio support and thus an edge if they wanted higher quality sound.

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WP7 Connector hits Mac App Store, brings Zune HD to Macs

02/16, 8:00am

Windows Phone 7 Connector reaches Mac App Store

Microsoft entered the Mac App Store for the first time by posting Windows Phone 7 Connector (free, Mac App Store). The version is virtually identical to the prior edition but adds the surprise of official support for the Zune HD, marking the first time a Zune media player has had official support on the Mac. The support had already existed but needed a command-line tweak to start working.

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Logitech HD Pro Webcam C910 now Mac-compatible

01/04, 9:15am

Integrates with iPhoto, iMovie, other Mac software

Logitech announced that its flagship HD Pro Webcam C910 is now fully Mac-compatible. The HD Pro Webcam 910 is plug-and-play ready for Photo Booth, iChat and FaceTime. A free download provides integration with iPhoto and IMovie and enable video calling at HD 720p resolution. The HD Pro Webcam can be used with common video calling clients such as Skype, Yahoo! Messenger, and Gmail Voice and Video Chat.

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Apple updates iPhoto '11 to 9.1.1

12/21, 5:35pm

Fixes several bugs, adds e-mail options

Apple this afternoon updated its photo-organizing and editing app iPhoto '11, part of the iLife '11 suite, to v9.1.1 -- adding new themes to its built-in e-mail options and restoring both a preference to allow photos to be e-mailed using external mail applications and the option to size photo attachments as Small, Medium or Large. The update also addresses a number of issues and improves overall stability.

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Windows Phone 7 Connector for Mac beta 2 fixes AAC music

12/16, 10:50pm

Windows Phone 7 Connector for Mac reaches 2nd beta

Microsoft has quietly posted beta 2 of Windows Phone 7 Connector for Mac that addresses some of its major bugs. The app primarily tackles music and now fixes playback for the AAC files synced from iTunes that wouldn't play. It can further reverse sync MP3s bought from the WP7 phone, properly sync from remote iTunes installs, and transfers bookmarks, ratings, release dates that were previously left out.

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Apple updates iPhoto to 9.1, restores calendar option

11/04, 7:10pm

Adds new letterpress card templates, fixes bugs

Just days after issuing a quick fix for a critical library bug, Apple has rolled out the first major iLife '11 upgrade with iPhoto 9.1, which restores the ability to create and order calendars, a feature that went missing on the initial release. It also fixes an issue that prevented videos downloaded from MobileMe or Flickr from importing correctly into iPhoto events, and adds some holiday-themed letterpress card options. The update addresses only the version of iPhoto that shipped with the new iLife '11 suite.

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GoGadget to sync non-Apple media players, others

11/01, 5:45pm

Palm, Garmin, PSP now - more coming soon

GoGadget is a new program for Mac from third-party sync experts Mark/Space that promises to allow iTunes and iPhoto syncing with almost any third-party media player through a simple, intuitive interface. The program will sync photos, music, video, documents and even ringtones from your Mac to the third-party device simply using the USB cable, limited only by what the device is capable of playing or displaying.

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Apple pushes out iPhoto 11 fix for possible data loss

10/29, 7:55pm

First version deleted photos in some cases

Fixing a bug that has gotten widespread coverage in recent days, Apple this afternoon began pushing an iPhoto 9.0.1 update to its Software Update servers in an effort to fix an issue that causes corruption and data loss in the iPhoto Library for some users upgrading from previous versions, along with other issues. The bug affects the version of iPhoto shipped in the iLife '11 retail package.

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Microsoft posts Windows Phone 7 sync app for Macs

10/25, 6:35pm

Microsoft intro Windows Phone Connector for Mac

Microsoft as promised has launched a native tool for Mac users who need to sync Windows Phone 7 devices. Windows Phone Connector for Mac's beta pulls in unprotected music, photos and podcasts from both iTunes and iPhoto. It also uses Microsoft's newer Autoupdate feature to check for and load firmware upgrades over USB instead of having to go over-the-air.

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