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The new and hopefully soon to arrive Apple Photo solution should give Adobe pause. Hopefully it will be more geared at advanced to pro users but with a shallow learning curve for the beginner to novice that wants to edit photos.
So sad. Been calling with Skype, and other wifi/VoIP apps for years. The US finally comes into the 21st century.
So sad. Phones have been unlocked in Europe for years and years. Welcome to the 21 century.
The people here that are so quick to make this assumption are under the gun to produce wedding photos for customers but are snapshot photographers who have very little idea about pro apps.
That is because you don't make money shooting, and processing photos. iPhoto is not a pro app and never was meant to be. 
Define better? LR has had a better feature set for years. The modular approach is a bit wonky but for the most part LR out performs Aperture in that it does not crash or hang nearly as much. 
There is no migration tool. The easiest and simplest way is to STOP using Aperture at 17:00, and at 17:01 use Lightroom to process your photos. The time is irrelevant, as I was using it to make a point, but none the less, keep Aperture on your Mac for historical purposes but process from the future forward only in LR. 
I tend to buy the theory that Apple is losing its cool factor but more so that Apple realizes that their products are not as "cool" with the urban collective. For the most part Apple products are seen as products for white people, and Apple is seen as white company. Maybe Dre can change this.
Maybe Beats will finally produce a product that I would remotely consider buying because up to now, their entire product line is crap.
Maybe...
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