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How to Migrate Pictures from iPhoto or Aperture to Photos for OS X

Thursday April 16, 2015 12:22 pm PDT by
With the launch of OS X 10.10.3 Yosemite, Apple released its much-anticipated Photos app, which was first announced during its Worldwide Developers Conference in 2014. The Photos for OS X app took several months to complete because it was designed from the ground up to work with OS X Yosemite and integrate with both the Photos for iOS app and iCloud Photo Library. Because Photos for OS X...

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Aperture's Iris Closing?

Wednesday April 26, 2006 10:20 pm PDT by
Think Secret is reporting that Apple has disbanded its Aperture development team, which leaves Apple's entry into the professional photography market in limbo. In the run-up to Aperture's November release last year, for example, sources report that responsibility for the application's image processing pipeline was taken away from the Aperture team and given to the Shake and Motion team "to fix as...

Aperture 1.1 Universal Update and $200 Price Drop [Update]

Wednesday April 12, 2006 8:34 pm PDT by
Update: Apple's site has been updated and shows the update and also the new price of $299. $149 for Educational price. Official press release here. Aperture 1.0 users who bought Aperture for the previous price of $499 are eligble for a $200 coupon good at the Apple online store. Apple's Hot News Feed (RSS) reveals that Apple appears to be releasing Aperture 1.1 on April 13th. The news...

Universal Aperture Update Free

Thursday January 26, 2006 8:40 am PST by
Rob Galbraith has noted that Apple updated their site and will be offering all owners of Aperture a free update to the Universal Binary version. A Universal version of Aperture, which will run natively on both PowerPC- and Intel-based Mac computers, will be available before the end of March 2006. New and existing owners of Aperture will be able to crossgrade to the Universal version at no...

Aperture 1.0.1 Update Available

Wednesday December 21, 2005 2:29 pm PST by
Available in Software Update for Aperture users: Aperture 1.0.1 Update addresses a number of issues related to reliability and performance. It also delivers improved image export quality and metadata handling. Among the key areas addressed are: White balance adjustment accuracy and performance Image export quality Book and print ordering reliability Auto-stacking performance Custom paper...

Aperture Now Shipping

Saturday November 26, 2005 9:36 pm PST by
Apple quietly updated their Aperture page on their website to reflect that it is now shipping. Several user reports have indicated shipping notices, as well as ThinkSecret posting a story reflecting the same. Apple introduced Aperture as a pro-level RAW support photo cataloging app on October 19,...

Aperture on November 30th?

Monday November 21, 2005 7:45 pm PST by
Amazon reveals that Apple's Aperture software tool will be released on November 30th. According to an email from Amazon to one of our users, this is the official release date, and will not ship until that time. Thank you for writing to us at Amazon.com. I'm sorry if the information you found under "Your Account" was unclear. Although we do have your copy of "Apple Aperture Post Production...

Early Notes on Apple's Aperture

Thursday October 20, 2005 8:17 am PDT by
Maccentral posts some notes about Aperture with reactions and comments from Apple. First and foremost, Apple insists that Aperture is not a competitor to Adobe Photoshop: Apple said that Aperture opens up a whole new category for photo applications. The company set out to eliminate many of the issues that pros have been facing over the years as they move from their familiar print workflow to the ...

Apple Releases Aperture

Wednesday October 19, 2005 11:42 am PDT by
Apple announced Aperture today during their media event. The new Pro Software application is a post-production tool for photographers. Designed from the ground up for professional photographers, Aperture provides everything you need for after the shoot, delivering the first all-in-one post-production tool for photographers. The $499 application will ship in November. Other features include:...