“The latest update to Aperture came on 14 November. Aperture 3.5.1 fixed White Balance to works as expected when using the Temperature & Tint eyedropper tool; it fixed an issue that could cause the rectangles indicating detected faces to appear incorrectly; when a metadata field is selected, the cursor now remains active in that field when using the Command and arrow keys to move between photos; it also included stability improvements,” Karen Haslam reports for Macworld UK.
“We thought it was possible that Apple will announce an update to Aperture at its 22 October event, and Apple did indeed update Aperture, but only to version 3.5,” Haslam reports. “The company did, however, mention that an update was on the way during a presentation about the Mac Pro in which the company referred to industry professionals who were testing the Mac Pro running new versions of Aperture and Final Cut Pro.”
“Many photographers are now looking for an alternative to Photoshop and Lightroom, especially now that Adobe has introduced the subscription model for Photoshop,” Haslam reports. “This could be a good opportunity for Apple to excite this market.”
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