Posts Tagged ‘iPhoto’

Whenever Apple launches new software – invariably around this time of year what with the Worldwide Developers Conference – we usually have to say goodbye to several devices and applications in the process. A natural part of the evolutionary process, the likes of the popular iPhone 4, for example, won’t be seeing the forthcoming iOS 8, and in apparently, Apple also plans to cull Aperture and iPhoto from OS X in favor of OS X 10.10 Yosemite’s new Photos app.

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It’s amazing what you can find when you go digging through various sections of Apple’s iOS operating system. Those who have the knowledge and patience to delve into the inner workings of the software can often encounter some extremely interesting things that Apple may or may not want the average user to immediately know about. Before iOS 7 and the iPhone 5s was officially announced it was revealed that the OS contained references to biometric frameworks; a discovery that pretty much confirmed the existence of Touch ID. Now it seems like it’s the turn of a couple of Apple’s own iOS app offerings to come under the spotlight after new icons were discovered for the iOS versions of GarageBand and iPhoto.

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There had been one or two rumors floating about that Apple’s iWork Suite, along with iLife, would be going free. Leaks of app information pages seemed to corroborate this notion, and today, Apple has announced that iWork, iPhoto and iMovie will be free of charge.

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There’s been much talk of late regarding Apple’s expansive bank balance. As opposed to making a large acquisition like Google or Microsoft with its $100 billion kitty, the fruit company decided a share repurchase program would be a forward-thinking way to utilize some of that eye-watering wealth.

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The newly released iOS 5.1 contains minimal changes in the way of actual tangible feature additions, but it does include some Siri support for additional markets as well as fixing over eighty one security flaws, and if internet murmurings are anything to go by then it looks as if it has also brought improved battery life.

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One of the many new things to come out of Apple’s recent iPad 3 event was the release of an iOS version of iPhoto. Rumored to be on the horizon for what feels like forever, iPhoto on an iPad, especially one with a Retina Display, just makes so much sense that it hurts.

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With the public release of the the new iPad drawing ever closer, the gadget and Apple loving population are rightly becoming more excited as the days countdown until they can get their hands on the brand new tablet. Email inboxes around the globe are also starting to receive notifications that Apple have already sent their new shiny iPad out for shipping, prompting speculation that in some case it may even arrive before the March 16th official release date. I received my email this morning saying my two new iPads had been shipped, so fingers crossed that they get here promptly.

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Although the talk of new iPad and updated Apple TV will undoubtedly dominate the headlines concerning Apple’s media event in Yerba Buena, that doesn’t necessarily downplay the rather significant software releases bundled into proceedings.

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The public release of iOS 5 in October 2011 brought a number of new and exciting features for the average consumer as well as iOS developers. A number of these new features are well documented and are heavily featured whenever iOS 5 or the iPhone 4S are mentioned and include things like the Siri, iCloud integration and the new Notification Center. iCloud is more often that not, referred to as a feature in its own right, which is generally not a problem, but it is worth noting that iCloud is effectively a wrapper for a number of new additions to the iOS platform.

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A few hours after Apple rolled out iCloud TV, a feature that allows users to download or stream all the TV shows they’ve purchased from iTunes on any iCloud supporting device. Apple has now seeded new versions of iWork for iOS and iPhoto for Mac, both featuring iCloud integration for the first time.

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Fans normally like to pose questions to their favorite stars and Steve Jobs is certainly not less than a celebrity for many. Earlier, we informed you about how a fan from Sweden sent an email to Steve Jobs, asking him about whether or not iPad will be able to tether with the iPhone? Steve Jobs, in his usual style replied to the email, saying.

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