Apple today released:
• iTunes 6.0.3 (25MB) which includes stability and performance improvements over iTunes 6.0.2
• iDVD 6.0.1 (4.6MB) whcih resolves issues with integration with the other iLife applications, importing of legacy projects and some theme related issues.
• iMovie HD 6.0.1 (51.8MB) which addresses issues with Ken Burns rendering performance, Scrubber Bar editing performance, and theme image quality.
• iWeb 1.0.1 (18.3MB) which addresses issues related to publishing, blogs and other issues.
• iPhoto 6.0.1 (12MB) which resolves issues with photocasting, viewing thumbnails in large libraries, and ordering cards, calendars and books. It also addresses a number of other minor issues.
The updates are available via Mac OS X’s Software Update and also as standalone installers (each link above contains the link to the application update download and also more information about each update).
[Thanks to MacDailyNews reader “DistantThunder” for the heads up.]
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