The demise of Apple’s Aperture and iPhoto: What does it mean for you?


The shoe has finally dropped. Apple confirmed today that it’s ditching Aperture, its photo management tool, and iPhoto, its consumer photo editing app, in favor of Photos, a brand new desktop and iOS duo slated for debut in 2015. It all makes sense. While Aperture has undergone some fairly high profile updates in recent years, iPhoto had stagnated badly. When the back-end databases of both apps were hitched together last year, it was a warning that something was on the horizon. But when? Apple works on its own timetable and was not in a hurry to move things forward publicly....

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