Apple will replace iPhoto Photos by OS X 10.10.3 Update




Apple has put the 10.10.3 update for OS X Yosemite in the Mac App Store. With 10.10.3 replaces the manufacturer iPhoto app by Photos, a completely new program for managing photos on the desktop operating system of the US electronics maker.

Users can find the updated since Wednesday night in the Updates tab of the Mac App Store, writes 9to5 Mac. The changelog says that users can put the photo collection on by following the instructions in the program when it starts the first time.

Apple added iPhoto in 2002 to OS X as a photo management program. Not only iPhoto merges Photos, but the manufacturer has also stopped the development of Aperture. Besides the addition of Photos are there other changes in OS X 10.10.3 like Safari no longer stores favicons when the user browsing in private mode.


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