Apple releases iPhoto 7.1.3

Apple today released iPhoto 7.1.3, part of the company’s iLife ’08 software suite.

The update addresses issues with wire-bound books and cards.

iPhoto 7.1.3 is available via Software Update and also as a standalone installer.

More info and download link (16.9MB) here.


  1. Jaygee,
    Frequent updates is actually better IMHO.
    Software is NEVER finished. If not for bug-fixes, how else can you introduce new features?
    So long as they make the upgrade process transparent (doesn’t break anything), keep ’em coming!!!

  2. It’s not really that Apple is releasing so many updates, or that Microsoft is, it’s just that Apple’s updates are worth something and add value, whereas Microsoft’s updates are just trying to plug all the holes and fix all the crashes so their products can actually be used.

  3. Jaygee, that’s the best part, you get frequent cool updates to make your software even better. How would you like it if your car manufacturer keep sending you stuff to make your car faster and better? I bet Windows people look forward to their virus updates almost as much. Isn’t that correct, Zune?

  4. Apple keeps updating iLife because…

    …it keeps your attention on them and it allows them to bloat your machine to produce hardware turnover.

    After all, how much can one improve a photo storing app anyway?

    If you need something with more ability you buy Photoshop, Lightroom or Aperture. Right?

    Bloat up now!!

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