Apple iLife '09 is a great application suite for simple media organizing and editing, and the addition of features like face recognition, geotagging, and music lessons makes it worth the update.
For owners of new iOS devices, Apple's photo-editing software can handle high-end camera files. It's got some new features, too, and works on newer iPod Touches.
Some people who have upgraded to iPhoto '09 may find the slideshow options to be limited in comparison with what is advertised on Apple's Web site.
Users have run into a variety of problems getting the new face detection technology in iPhoto '09 to work.
How well does the face recognition feature built into iPhoto '09 work? CNET News reporter Ina Fried shares her impressions.
We previously reported on an issue in iPhoto '09 in which Faces categories inexplicably merge; in other words, two persons' faces combine into one face category.
Apple's iLife '09 software suite has a slew of new features for organizing and managing photos, video projects, and personal websites. These features are welcomed additions, but as with any new feature they do not come bug-free.
We take a first look at iLife '09, Apple's suite of lifestyle applications that include iPhoto '09, iMovie '09, GarageBand, iWeb, and iDVD.
Users of iPhoto '09 will be happy to know that there are some basic troubleshooting methods and maintenance tips that can keep their favorite photo management tool up and running smoothly. On the Mac, there is no better tool to organize, edit, and share y
Apple has just released updates for some of the applications bundled in the iLife '09 suite, and true to Apple's reputation, very little has been mentioned about exactly what problems have been addressed in these updates. All applications in the iLife sui