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Apple releases version 1.1 of iPhoto for iOS

By dpreview staff on Sep 19, 2012 at 21:34 GMT

Apple has released version 1.1 of iPhoto for iOS, with support for images up to 36.5MP (on the third-generation iPad) and full resolution photo import via iTunes File Sharing. Other additions include six new Ink Effects and the ability to create tag albums by adding custom tags to photos. You can upload video to Facebook and set location and friend tags. iPhoto for iOS v1.1 requires iOS6 and is free to existing v1 users or can be purchased for $4.99 from Apple's App Store. To learn more about the app read our iPhoto for iOS review.


Apple's iPhoto for iOS v1.1 adds six new Ink Effects for artitistic image borders.

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canuck88
By canuck88 (Sep 20, 2012)

How about a new version for OSX?

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baruribucresti
By baruribucresti (Sep 20, 2012)

has anyone tried it so far? I want to buy one and i am curious if it is that good

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Patricia999
By Patricia999 (Sep 28, 2012)

Great update.

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hubilado
By hubilado (Oct 18, 2012)

I upgraded iPhotos for iOS (v 1.0 > 1.1) after upgrading the iPad to iOS 6.0. It looks like there are many new features which I'm eager to learn, but did have one serious PROBLEM; now my journals won't upload to iCloud. I've worked on it myself (tried multiple devices and new journals, etc.) and contacted Apple regarding the problem. No word yet on what's up, but I'd advise not upgrading to v 1.1 until this has been resolved.

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EssexAsh
By EssexAsh (Sep 20, 2012)

but is there a "select all" button. Kinda annoying when you have 200+ photos you want to remove and there isnt one.

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Zuzullo
By Zuzullo (Sep 21, 2012)

No, still not fixed.
You still have to do it from the app Photos.

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Menneisyys
By Menneisyys (Sep 20, 2012)

"iPhoto for iOS v1.1 requires iOS6"

Ouch! Didn't want to update my iPad 3 until a jailbreak is available, which I consider essential for, among other hacks, Quasar and f-lux.

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photogeek
By photogeek (Sep 20, 2012)

Epic. Looking forward to working with my D800e NEFs. :-)

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WellyNZ
By WellyNZ (Sep 21, 2012)

Keep looking forward to it. It'll only work with your D800e JPGs.

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andrew turner
By andrew turner (Sep 20, 2012)

I still don't see the ability to view, sort, and rate the photos on my iMac's iPhoto library, preferably via my appletv so everyone can join in...

Maybe I missed it.

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privater
By privater (Sep 19, 2012)

What's good on iOS and Mac is you buy the app once and enjoy on 5 different computers/devices with years of free major updates (PS: OS excluded). So no worries to be an early bird with a trustworthy company.
I just hope Microsoft/Adobe can make this happen to their loyal users. I hate to buy different license for different platform and pay a premium when newer version comes out.

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graybalanced
By graybalanced (Sep 20, 2012)

Actually, Microsoft and Adobe both have options for several installations and free updates per license...but only via their (expensive) subscription plans.

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chadley_chad
By chadley_chad (Sep 20, 2012)

Free updates via paid subscription plans ... Hmmm!

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VirtualMirage
By VirtualMirage (Sep 20, 2012)

Just like Apple, Microsoft and Adobe do the same thing. So I don't see what is so different here. They both release updates, sometime major updates, to a current version product at no charge. Only when a whole new version releases do you need to upgrade.

Apple does the same thing, incremental updates (no matter how major they are) are usually free. But once they release a major version change, like Aperture 2 to Aperture 3 or iLife '09 to '11 (which iMovie and iPhoto are packaged in).

Now with Apps on the iPhone and iPad it is still too early to tell since Apple hasn't released a major version change yet.

So again, I don't see what is different here.

Having said that, I have been holding out on iPhoto since the initial release couldn't support my 24MP A77 pictures. But now that it does, I'll will probably purchase it and give it a try.

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Gary Dean Mercer Clark
By Gary Dean Mercer Clark (Sep 19, 2012)

more goodies for us photographers!

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