Yesterday afternoon Apple released a minor update to their iPhoto software for Mac OS X.
iPhoto 9.4.3 gains the ability to now delete photos directly from the My Photo Stream, export photos directly from My Photo Stream, and allows you to edit RAW photos that have been manually imported from My Photo Stream.
In addition to the My Photo Stream enhancements, Apple also fixed a number of bugs related to Facebook photo syncing, stability improvements and fixes related to making your own books, calendars and cards.
The iPhoto update is free to customers who purchased it from the Mac OS X App Store. If you don’t have a current version of iPhoto, it can be purchased for $14.99.
As part of this week’s massive Apple product rollout, a pair of Mac OS X applications also received updates: iPhoto ’11
and iBooks Author
iPhoto only received one update, but I think it will be a very popular one, the ability to delete a photo from the Photo Stream. iDevices running iOS 5.1 also have this ability.
iBooks Author received updates in two areas. The first is support for iPad 3’s (ok, Apple calls the new iPad, “the new iPad”) new Retina display. The other area is performance and stability updates.
All in all, it’s been a nice week for the Apple fan club.
Both apps are available from the Mac App Store. iPhoto ’11 9.2.2 is a free update to customers who previously purchased the software. If you need to buy iPhoto ’11, it can be purchased for $14.99. iBooks Author is free.