Photo events that appear in iTunes when syncing your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch may not show up the way you ultimately wish them to. Mac OS X Hints explains how you can use iPhoto to change the sort order of your events and have them show up properly in iTunes when you sync your iOS devices.
Apple has released an update to iPhoto, which addresses problems with merged photo events splitting up when synced to iOS devices.
Apple has released an update to iPhoto that fixes a number of bugs with the program in addition to adding new card themes.
Apple provides many great video tutorials online to help users get the most out of their Macs. Included in those tutorials are several about gestures in iPhoto '11. Here are a few more gestures to help supplement those.
Organizing the hundreds, if not thousands, of digital photographs you have on your Mac can be a tedious process. Apple added facial recognition to iPhoto to help ease the pain. Check out these tips to get more out of Faces in iPhoto.
Uploading photos from iPhoto to Facebook via iPhoto's built-in exporter has taken a turn for the worse for some users, not allowing uploading or downloading and often freezing while trying to connect.
If you are like me, you have terabytes' worth of photographs on many drives, taking up valuable space. Even if you don't have that many, you may still wish you had more space for other media like videos or music.
After installing the latest version of OS X, a few people have found some programs (iLife applications in particular) will not launch.
The iPhoto '11 version 9.1.1 update included support for e-mailing photos via Outlook 2011, but this feature appeared to be broken. Here's how to re-enable it.
Apple has released an update to iPhoto '11, bringing the current version to 9.1.1 and fixing a number of small bugs in addition to adding some new e-mailing enhancements.