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Aperture, Apple’s pro software for cataloging and editing photos, is being put out to pasture. The move is indicative of what many see as the company’s continuing drift away from robust, capable software. But there probably won’t be many tears shed for good ol’ Aperture, which always seemed to be running an uphill battle.
We’ve seen some great ads come out of Apple in the last few years, but the company’s newest set of ads playing up Apple’s Geniuses are almost painful to watch. I’ve done some thinking and I’ve figured out that they’re ok, simply because these ads aren’t for us.
If you’re a frequent iWork user, you might want to update to the latest version, which lets you to sync your docs with iCloud (so that you can view and edit on other Mac and iOS devices), and includes full support for the MacBook Pro Retina display (no more blurries!). 9to5mac says the update also includes support for dictation, which a new core feature of Mountain Lion.
You can buy a $5.49 version of iPhoto for your iPad now. You can edit your photos to make them look better, on your iPad. It looks very handsome. But it’s also confusing, superfluous, and a little dumb.
The new version of iPhoto doesn’t seem to use Google Maps for the map features in Journals and Slideshows. It’s a small departure, sure, but it signals a much bigger play. Because the thing is, Apple doesn’t really need Google Maps anymore. And it’s only a matter of time until it severs those ties completely.