Apple users that enjoy using the currently available Apple iPhoto or Aperature applications for photo management on their Mac systems.
Maybe interested to know that the new Apple Photos app that has been created to replace both applications, is now available in the latest OS X Yosemite 10.10.3 Public Beta.
The new Apple Photos App is expected to be launched sometime during the spring months of this year and Apple may unveil more details during their March 9th press conference next week. When Apple are expected to announce the launch date for the new Apple Watch.
The MacRumours website has created a one minute tour of the new Apple Photo App which provides a quick glimpse of some of the features you can expect to enjoy once the full application is launched in the coming weeks.
The new Photo app will replace both iPhoto and Aperture Mac applications and will hopefully offer ease integration to backup your photographic libraries with Apple’s cloud storage facility within iCloud. As soon as more information becomes available in the coming days we will keep you updated as always.
To take part in the Apple OS X Yosemite beta program jump over to the Apple website here.
“The OS X Beta Program lets you take part in shaping updates to OS X Yosemite by test-driving pre-release versions and letting us know what you think. Your comments will help us make OS X better for all Mac users. Sign up today.”
Source: Mac RumoursFiled Under: Apple, Camera News, Top News