Out with the old and in with the new! Apple’s latest OS X 10.10.3 update brings you a brand new photo app.
The wait is finally over, at least for the Apple Mac and OS X operating system fans. In case you are wondering why, Apple just released the highly awaited OS X 10.10.3 update last Tuesday.
Below you will find some of the features you can expect for the latest OS X patch.
Apple OS X 10.10.3 new photo app
Apple Insider recently reported that, in the latest OS X update, the photo app iPhoto and Aperture is now changed to a brand new photo app similar to the one on the iPhone and iPad.
Users can perform many tasks like:
- Edit photos using the basic image edition functions.
- Sort and browse the photos according to moments, collections and year views.
- Uploaded the photos you have taken to iCloud Photo Library in full resolution.
However, users who frequently use the filters and edits to selective areas on Aperture app may get a little bit disappointed with the latest OS X 10.10.3 update, as stated on zdnet. It is much simpler compared to the Aperture when it comes to the editing tools and as said there, this one is quite similar to the one you have on your iOS handset.
Apple OS X 10.10.3 other features that will surely make you excited
Don?t fret though; the brand new photo app is not the only added feature that you should get excited about in the Apple OS X 10.10.3 update. Here are some more brand new features, additions and fixes that you can find on the patch, as posted on Apple Insider:
- 300 new and diverse Emojis that you can send to your friends.
- Bug fixes for the Wi-Fi performance problems and network compatibility. Also the Bluetooth devices disconnecting and the reliability of screen sharing.
- Safari did also get an update for the latest OS X. As stated there, the browser is now more secure and stable and it no longer save the website shortcut icon URL that was used in the private browsing mode.
You can get the latest OS X 10.10.3 on the Mac App Store under the updates tab.
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