Apple releases iPhoto 7.0.2

Apple has released iPhoto 7.0.2 which addresses issues associated with publishing to .Mac Web Gallery, rebuilding thumbnails, and editing books.

The update also addresses “a number of other minor issues,” according to Apple’s notes.

iPhoto 7.0.2 is avaiable via Software Update and also as a standalone installer.

More info and download link (8.8MB) here.

[Thanks to MacDailyNews Readers “Jim U.” and “bob” for the heads up.]


  1. I think of the primary reasons for not allowing any sort of official modification to the iPhone is to keep it out of the realm of the man on the street. If they start adding crap to their phones or modding them without knowing what they’re doing it will just become too much hassle for Apple. It only takes one badly made app to slow the thing down and then people start to think poorly of the iPhone. Apple need to concentrate on getting the iPhone out there for what it is, to build the market. If “power users” want to mod it then that’s their risk. Apple can learn from what they do and how they do it to both increase the security of the device from a variety of viewpoints and to learn what people want to do with the device then integrate those things in their own oh so very brilliant way.

  2. Let’s face it — people are putting Linux on iPods for crying out Pete’s sate. Of course they’re going to hack that new phone thingy Apple’s so proud of.


    Oh, and iPhoto’s kewl too.

  3. Anyone else notice, that their iPhoto Library now shows as an ‘iPhoto Library’ file rather than a normal folder and you have to use ‘Show Package Contents’ to browse it. Dunno if that happened with 7 or just this update

  4. Well hopefully one of the corrections addresses the; in full-screen mode if you fix red eye on a vertical photo and then scroll to second vertical photo the second image is rotated sideways within the vertical frame. It doesn’t damage the image it’s just a display glitch

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