Apple delays release of its Aperture replacement app, set for a late April release



Last June Apple confirmed what many had suspected – they were stopping development of Aperture, it’s professional-level photo editing and organization program.

The announcement didn’t come as a surprise consider just a few weeks prior they had showed off a new OSX photo organization and editing program called Photos. What many thought was going to be a replacement for only iPhoto turned out to be an all-in-one photo management and editing solution for OSX.

No hard date was given on the public release of Photos app, but Apple…

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via Imaging Resource News Page


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