May 4, 2006
Written By Jim Dalrymple
Apple on Thursday responded to rumors that the company has asked the engineering team for its professional photography workflow application Aperture to leave. The rumors, which started late last week, are completely false, according to Apple.
“The reports of Apple reducing their commitment to Aperture are totally false,” Kirk Paulsen, Apple’s Senior Director Pro Applications Marketing, told Macworld. “In fact, we’ve got more people working on Aperture right now than ever before.
In addition to the recently released Aperture 1.1 update, Apple today released another smaller update fixing minor issues in the application — a move Apple said shows their continued support for the application. Paulsen said this is a direct result of working with customers to make sure Aperture is the best application Apple can provide.
Download Aperture Updates
Sign-in with your Apple ID then enter your Aperture serial number to get the latest Aperture updates.
Note: You must first update to Aperture 1.1 and Mac OS X 10.4.6 before installing Aperture 1.1.1
New in Aperture 1.1.1 Update
Aperture 1.1.1 Update addresses several issues related to performance, stability, color correction, and display compatibility. This update is recommended for all Aperture users.