Apple's Eddy Cue shows off revamped versions of the company's iLife suite. iPhoto, iMovie, and GarageBand are all getting new looks, including new editing features for iMovie.
For home photographers or those with small businesses, free iPhoto performs almost every basic photo-management task. Serious digital photo enthusiasts and photographers should look to more advanced apps, such as Adobe Photoshop.
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The company shutters the app for greeting card creation and delivery two years after its introduction with the iPhone 4S.
iPhoto and Aperture get new features and bug fixes, printer driver updates include new Canon and Epson models, and new security updates are implemented for Java.
Follow along as we go over how to create, publish, and manage your iPhoto Journals.
Apple just announced the new iPad, but one of the bigger announcements today aside from that was the availability of iPhoto for iOS.
With an unsurprisingly elegant user interface and a reasonably broad image-editing feature set, Apple's iPhoto app for iOS may work on older devices but seems optimized for the Retina Display.
As you'd expect, Apple puts a sleek interface on its iOS 5.1-compatible version of iPhoto.
Apple's Randy Ubillos demos the company's new iPhoto app, designed specifically for the iPad. The app offers new editing capabilities and will work with photos up to 19 megapixels in size. It is available today for $4.99.
Apple fixes library import and upgrading bugs with this relatively sizable update.