Apple releases Aperture 1.1.1 Update

Apple has released Aperture 1.1.1 Update which addresses several issues related to performance, stability, color correction, and display compatibility and is recommended for all Aperture users.

Aperture is designed from the ground up by Apple for professional photographers aas the first all-in-one post-production tool for photographers.

Note: You must first update to Aperture 1.1 and Mac OS X 10.4.6 or later before installing Aperture 1.1.1.

More info and download link (13.6MB) here.

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9 Comments

  1. So..they let a whole passle of engineers go and THEN come out with an update? It’s getting so you can’t believe all these rumors. What has the internet come to when you can’t take as completely factual everything you read?

  2. they did reasign the aperture team but i assume because the grunt of the work had been done (unlike other pro apps bought in (final cut etc) it has been designed from the ground up) and they have now stated publicly that apertures future is safe

  3. Andy:

    I believe that you are correct. Once Apple worked out the major problems with Aperture, personnel were then re-assigned to other endeavors and not summarily terminated from employment. This is unlike Microsoft where little advancement in design is accomplished and threats of joblessness fail to inspire success.

  4. Wow? ThinkSecret…wrong? Oh, no! World… spinning… must… sit down…

    Seriously, though, how many times does ThinkSecret have to screw up before they become the next Mac OS Rumors? Apple should just drop their lawsuit. I don’t even think it’s necessary anymore. It’s like picking on the retarded kid.

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