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Apple releases iPhoto ’11 v. 9.2.2 for the Mac, allowing photos to be deleted from Photo Stream

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Apple has today updated its iPhoto ’11 app for the Mac, adding the ability to delete individual photos from your Photo Stream. This is an addition that was made to the iPhone and iPad in iOS 5.1 as well. You can grab the new version of iPhoto ’11 in the...
Apple releases iPhoto ’11 v. 9.2.2 for the Mac, allowing photos to be deleted from Photo Stream

Tickets for WWDC 2012 Sell Out in Under Two Hours

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Less than two hours after going on sale, passes for Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) have already sold out. The quick sellout comes even as Apple imposed new restrictions this year limiting ticket sales to registered iOS and Mac developers and limiting the number of passes available per developer group....
Tickets for WWDC 2012 Sell Out in Under Two Hours

Apple Launches iPhoto for iPad with Photo Editing and Organization Features [iOS Blog]

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With the introduction of a Retina display on the new iPad, Apple has updated all of its stock applications to support the higher resolution, also adding updates to several of its applications including GarageBand and iMovie. But the company has also filled out the remainder of its iPad versions of...
Apple Launches iPhoto for iPad with Photo Editing and Organization Features [iOS Blog]
Funny or Die's Steve Jobs Movie 'iSteve' Now Available Online
Skeuomorphic design (or, one reason we can be thankful Scott Forstall is gone)

Will the iPad spark a new video creation revolution?

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Quick question: How many times have you seen someone using a tablet to capture video or take pictures? The odds are likely that most people will say “never,” but with the introduction of Apple’s new iPad, I think that answer is about to change for three reasons. The new iPad’s...
Will the iPad spark a new video creation revolution?
Here Are 5 Ways Apple Can Improve Its Surprisingly Shoddy Photo Management Offerings (AAPL)
Show off your new iPad display with these Retina-ready apps

Apple Finally Gives Proper Credit To OpenStreetMap In iPhoto For iOS

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When Apple launched iPhoto for iPhone, it quickly became clear that there was something odd going on with the maps in the application. Even though Apple never talked about this publicly, the data Apple used to render these new maps was clearly not from Google anymore. Instead, most experts agreed,...
Apple Finally Gives Proper Credit To OpenStreetMap In iPhoto For iOS

Apple launches iPhoto, updates iPad apps

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Apple showed off an iPad-specific version of its iPhoto app, as well as updates to GarageBand and iMovie. [Read more]...
Apple launches iPhoto, updates iPad apps

New iPad: Retina display is biggest improvement

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On Wednesday, we learned that Apple’s iPad has evolved into viewer’s delight for video, gaming and content, thanks to the tablet’s single greatest upgrade: the retina-display quality screen. The company took care to show off all the benefits of the new screen, including the introduction of iPhoto for the iPad,...
New iPad: Retina display is biggest improvement
Apple finally gives OpenStreetMaps credit for iPhoto map data (two months late)

Latest experimental Dropbox build adds auto screenshot uploads, iPhoto import

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Dropbox's next move may be to take over your favorite screenshot sharing service, as the latest experimental build of its app adds the ability to upload screenshots automatically to your Dropbox folder. And that's not all! The latest build also adds iPhoto import functionality, which offers synchronization between local...
Latest experimental Dropbox build adds auto screenshot uploads, iPhoto import
The best Retina Display apps to show off your new iPad

Apple update brings RAW support for four new cameras

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Apple on Tuesday rolled out an update that adds RAW compatibility for three Canon models and one Sony camera to Aperture 3 and iPhoto '11 users....
Apple update brings RAW support for four new cameras
Apple Patents Intelligent Caller ID That Turns Inbound Communication Into A Contextual Trip Down Memory Lane
iPhoto for iPad Hands On: Pretty and a Little Stupid?

Rumors give 2012 iPhone shiny new chip, 1GB of RAM, mystery iOS app

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We've potentially seen a lot of the next iPhone's exterior; it may be the interior's time for a shakedown, as an unusually detailed rumor out of 9to5 Mac has claimed scads more about the processor and iOS 6. Going by the tips, the 2012 design would use an S5L8950X,...
Rumors give 2012 iPhone shiny new chip, 1GB of RAM, mystery iOS app
iPhoto for iOS claimed to be using outdated OpenStreetMap mapping data without credit

How Apple Gets All the Good Apps

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[ See post to watch video ] Apple tightly controls its software and hardware, and is fiercely competitive in battling its rivals, especially in the mobile market. And yet, while the company never creates apps for anyone else’s mobile system or device, each of its major mobile-platform foes—Google, Amazon and...
How Apple Gets All the Good Apps

Confirmed: iPhoto for iOS uses OpenStreetMap data with custom Apple map tiles

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After questioning the source of the map data in Apple’s new iPhoto for iOS app, OpenStreetMap has moved to end speculation and has revealed that the Cupertino-based technology giant has begun using its open-sourced mapping data instead of relying on its partnership with Google. Writing on its official blog, OpenStreetMap...
Confirmed: iPhoto for iOS uses OpenStreetMap data with custom Apple map tiles

Job Postings and Patent Acquisitions Hint at Potential Overhaul of iLife and iWork

www.macrumors.com
Several clues surfacing in recent days have hinted that Apple's iWork and iLife suites may be undergoing substantial redevelopment. Late last week, Apple Bitch noticed two new job listings for senior software engineers for the company's iLife team, with the descriptions emphasizing a desire to "re-imagine how user interfaces should...
Job Postings and Patent Acquisitions Hint at Potential Overhaul of iLife and iWork

An iPhoto Slide Show on CD

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Q: How can I burn a slideshow that I made in iPhoto on my MacBook Pro onto a CD? A: You can export the slideshow as a video (a QuickTime movie in Apple parlance) and then burn that video to your CD. Here’s how: In iPhoto, after you’ve created the...
An iPhoto Slide Show on CD

Apple posts ordering deadlines for Christmas delivery of iPad, iPod, iPhone, Mac and more

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Apple has today put up its holiday shipping deadlines page with information on when you need to order some products in order to take delivery by December 25th, reports The Loop. The page provides ordering dates for the Mac, iPod, iPad, iPhone, Gift Card,  Apple TV and iPhoto print products....
Apple posts ordering deadlines for Christmas delivery of iPad, iPod, iPhone, Mac and more

iPhoto for iOS: 1 Million Users in Under 10 Days

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Since Apple debuted iPhoto for iOS at its March 7 media event, the app has racked up an impressive number of purchases. The Loop’s Jim Dalrymple reports that Apple has sold more than 1 million downloads of iPhoto for iOS in under 10 days — to unique users. At $4.99...
iPhoto for iOS: 1 Million Users in Under 10 Days

Apple makes $5M on iPhoto for iOS in 10 days

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Though Apple makes the vast majority of its money selling hardware, it does still make a healthy profit on its software.  With hundreds of millions of iOS devices in the wild, each app it sells has the potential for big sales. Apple today announced it had sold its one-millionth copy of the...
Apple makes $5M on iPhoto for iOS in 10 days

How to Jailbreak Your iPhone, iPad or iPod Running iOS 5.1.1

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Looking to do a little more with your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch? The latest untethered jailbreak tool for iOS arrived last week, racking up a million downloads in just a few days.  Absinthe 2.0 works on most iOS 5-compatible devices, except for a later model of the iPad...
How to Jailbreak Your iPhone, iPad or iPod Running iOS 5.1.1

Steve Jobs Replies: No, iPad Won’t Support Picasa

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Steve Jobs seemingly elected to reply to another question sent to his SJobs [at] apple.com email address yesterday, this time in response to a question about support for Google’s Picasa photo sharing service on the iPad:In short: no, the iPad won’t support Picasa albums or face recognition … and...
Steve Jobs Replies: No, iPad Won’t Support Picasa
Billions: How exactly do Apple and Google count app downloads?

Apple Replacing Google Maps On iOS With Its Own Solution Later This Year

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As previously rumored, Apple is replacing the default Google Maps service within its iOS operating system with its own mapping solution, according to the Wall Street Journal. Later this year, Apple is planning to oust Google Maps as the preloaded, default maps app from the iPhone and iPad and release...
Apple Replacing Google Maps On iOS With Its Own Solution Later This Year
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