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Apple has refused to support in iOS iPhoto 8 and invited users to transfer pictures in the Photo app
Apple posted online a detailed guide on the transfer of photos from iPhoto for iOS 7 in Annex Photo in iOS 8. can use the solution owners iPhone, iPad and iPod touch with the new operating system.
With the release of iOS users iPhoto 8 received notification that the program is no longer supported by Apple, and now you want to move data to the new application photos. The initiative is part of the company’s strategy to phase out different solutions for working with graphics in favor of a corporate application photos, both on mobile and on desktop platforms.
IPhoto users in iOS 8 when trying to run an application see a message stating that the program is no longer supported by the operating system. “You can transfer the data to the application iPhoto photos. Layers and text, written in the photo diary, albums and slideshows are no longer available, “- says the message. In the two buttons – “Move” and “Learn more.”
The fact that iPhoto will not work on iOS 8, it was revealed with the release of the first beta version of the new OS. After installing the update and attempts to run iPhoto message appeared «iPhoto is not supported in iOS 8″, but without further explanation. In the final version, users can transfer the data from the program. We can only guess what a surprise for users is the fact that Apple paid app was left without support iOS 8.
Apple stops development and also the desktop version of iPhoto with a professional graphics editor Aperture. The company explained the decision to release in early 2015 a new program Photo for OS X, which will include the possibility of fotoprilozheny.
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