Support IPTC. Allow me to easily add photos to a film roll. Stop creating duplicates of my photos in the modified folder.
I know, right? that is THE most annoying part of iPhoto
There's too many diffirent bundles of software that tie together well, there's no need to seperate them. Steve said at this years WWDC that Leopard would be the "complete package", and IMO Leopard wouldn't be "complete" without iWork and iLife bundled in. Frankly I don't care if we have to wait until March or April, but I strongly believe Mac OS X.5 Leopard should be sold for $129 with iLife '07 and iWork '07 built-in. I know a few people who have Tiger, but still have iLife '05, and very few have iWork. If they truly want to show of the true potential to all non-Mac users, and allow Mac users to unlock their Mac's true potential, they must do this. It makes too much sense to be wrong IMO.
I also believe that if they do this, they should stop selling iLife and iWork as separate products. They should be part of the OS. They should keep .Mac separate though, but they should lower the damn price. All these things would have a HUGE impact of the Mac IMO, and would faaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaarr outweigh the miniscule losses they would occur for a brief period while this thing kicks in. If .Mac was $29, Leopard was $129, and iLife and iWork were bundled with the OS, there would be a huge amount of people in the same situation, a very good situation, and I would bet my life that this would lead to an exponential halo effect. I hope to God that Apple sees what I see, cause it's very clear to me.
well, it sounds like a good idea, but they should also sell it separately because what if a new iLife comes out before a new OS comes out? just a free update? Apple would loose a lot of money that way IMO. also, i know quite a few people still using panther and maybe wont upgrade to leopard. so what then, are they stuck with iLife 06? maybe bundled with the OS and separately sold would work, but i still think it would be a loss of income. at least it comes free with the new computers though