Apple releases iPhoto 9.0.1, corrects extremely rare data loss issue

Apple has released iPhoto 9.0.1 which addresses issues that, in extremely rare cases, could result in data loss when upgrading a library from an earlier version of iPhoto.

iPhoto 9.0.1 is available via Software Update and also as a standalone installer.

More info and download link (33.87 MB) here.

Detailed information on this update here.

[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Jay in DC” for the heads up.]

46 Comments

  1. Good..now if they would only change iphoto 11 BACK….

    I am SO sorry I “upgraded”….iMovie has better audio handling…true enough..

    but iPhoto 11 is really, truly, NOT good.

    Try emailing from it…it FORCES you to use of their templates…not all of which are good..you can’t just email a photo someone can USE…stupid move.

    And try cropping or using the Full Screen view…badly done…
    the worst Apple move since the GeoPort

  2. Good..now if they would only change iphoto 11 BACK….

    I am SO sorry I “upgraded”….iMovie has better audio handling…true enough..

    but iPhoto 11 is really, truly, NOT good.

    Try emailing from it…it FORCES you to use of their templates…not all of which are good..you can’t just email a photo someone can USE…stupid move.

    And try cropping or using the Full Screen view…badly done…
    the worst Apple move since the GeoPort

  3. Try emailing from it…it FORCES you to use of their templates…not all of which are good..you can’t just email a photo someone can USE…stupid move.

    That’s what annoys me about Apple, they insist in injecting their “corny ways” or logo or “made on a Mac” into everything from iWeb, to iDVD, to iTunes visuals, to iOS, etc.

    It really annoys the “Pro” users of Apple hardware.

  4. Try emailing from it…it FORCES you to use of their templates…not all of which are good..you can’t just email a photo someone can USE…stupid move.

    That’s what annoys me about Apple, they insist in injecting their “corny ways” or logo or “made on a Mac” into everything from iWeb, to iDVD, to iTunes visuals, to iOS, etc.

    It really annoys the “Pro” users of Apple hardware.

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