Apple Updates Cards, iPhoto, Garageband, iMovie, and iTunes U iOS Apps


Apple has released a number of updates to several of its apps for the iPhone and iPad. The iLife apps, iPhoto, Garageband, and iMovie, all received minor updates, while Apple also pushed out bug fixes to the Cards greeting-card app, and to iTunes U.

None of the updates offer any significant new features -- the updates mostly offer "performance and stability improvements" or fix other bugs. All the updates can be obtained via the App Store app on the iPhone and iPad.

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108 months ago

Apple is nothing learned from users voice


All your base are belong to us.
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108 months ago
Maybe it's just me, but I wish app developers would tell me which particular bugs were fixed in an update, rather than just state "- Bug fixes."

I'd like to know if that particular bug that I noticed or heard about was fixed, or if I'm going to have to continue to deal with it.
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108 months ago

Give this person a break. Looking at this person's profile, apparently he (I'm guessing it's a guy) is not a native English speaker, but Japanese.

He should probably consider hanging out at Japanese-language Apple forums instead (where he could contribute more effectively), but there's no policy here against non-native English-speaking participants.

Heck, It might even be a good place to practice the written English language. Post away my friend. I assure you, your English is much better than my Japanese.:)
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108 months ago
Give this person a break. Looking at this person's profile, apparently he (I'm guessing it's a guy) is not a native English speaker, but Japanese.

He should probably consider hanging out at Japanese-language Apple forums instead (where he could contribute more effectively), but there's no policy here against non-native English-speaking participants.
Score: 8 Votes (Like | Disagree)
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108 months ago

Maybe it's just me, but I wish app developers would tell me which particular bugs were fixed in an update, rather than just state "- Bug fixes."

I'd like to know if that particular bug that I noticed or heard about was fixed, or if I'm going to have to continue to deal with it.


I think that many bugs aren't necessarily manifested to the end-user, and even if they described the fix, most users wouldn't understand it anyway.

Plus, describing the fix can help or hurt the developer's reputation - a fixed bug can make the developer a hero, or expose incompetence.

Just a few reasons why you might not see descriptions of app development.
Score: 7 Votes (Like | Disagree)
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108 months ago

Apple is nothing learned from users voice


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