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Poor guy can't stand a little teasing on an Apple blog. Look, the reality is that Google and the millions of bloggers out there who love to champion them, claim that everything about Google is open and free, and that just turns out to be a bunch of bull in the end. So when this kind of stuff happens and people make a little fun of it, sorry, but they had it coming. Don't get your panties in a wad.
Apple has a standing policy to consider bringing back a former employee after a voluntary hiatus, so I wouldn't be at all surprised to see them bring Johnson back with open arms.
Business is slow? Say something negative about Apple!
Who. Cares.
or it could be the iWatch will actually be called iRing, like, a larger ring shaped device that you can wear around your wrist, hold in your hand, whatever. But I doubt any of this is true.
I don't know how you can credibly make that statement as a non-Aperture user. I use both, and those "advanced" features are nothing more than I can do in Photoshop. So I still stand behind Aperture as the superior DAM, my point all along. And the OP was switching away not for advanced features but because he refused to update his OS to support new cameras, a foolish move IMO, and my other point all along.And to say LR and Aperture are not comparable, well, are you high?...
Yeah, well plenty of most likely to succeed high schoolers went on to discover a new universe of drugs in college. What's the real definition of 'success'?
The guy said he loved Aperture but refused to update his OS to keep up with new features. That's his loss. Say what you want but Aperture is the superior DAM hands down, and the rest is about personal UI preference. It's silly to refuse to update your OS and expect to keep up with software releases. That's my point and the facts are self evident.
Your loss. If you want continued support and new features, update your OS. Apple made it clear that was their strategy years ago, and those of us who follow their advice don't have to deal with Adobe's bloat and bugs quite as much. Aperture today may be behind on features, but it's still the best UI and DAM out there. 4 is just around the corner.
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