A week??!! Even Ferris Bueller had only one day off...
I wonder if it will be written in Swift or ObjC?
The new Photos for Yos' is inline with Apple being one of the worlds largest camera makers!
Consider the popularity of iPhone photography the move to transit iPhoto into a semi-pro territory is a smart and logical step following the newly presented higher integration between platforms and inter-app communication.
Developers would love another market being opened up for add-ons, pleasing users and strengthening the Apple ecosystem.
Think we will se a feature on the subject at demon Fireball within a week or two.
Creeps who want to 'ban' free speech, when it is rational and reasonable are reminiscent of history's worst dictators. Check out the 1st amendment you liberal censor, and try to understand what America is all aout.
The 1st amendment doesn't force others to give you a platform for your speech. This is Apple Insider's house and if they don't like what you're saying then they have the right to kick you out. Not happy about it? Start your own forum. That independent entrepreneurial spirit is what America is all aout.
You don’t have that here.
So like nothing you’ve posted.
I didn’t know this was the United States of AppleInsider. Probably because it isn’t.
You have the freedom to lie. You just don’t have the freedom to post those lies here.
lorin schultz wrote: »
My Broadband 50 internet package has a maximum upload speed of 3Mb/sec. Coming home with even just 100 photos means hours of uploading. That's inconvenient. It's also a nuisance if one's files are large. The handful of hi-res Photoshop files and video clips for a simple three-minute presentation add up to 5-10GB for each project. Cloud storage for that workflow is expensive and WAAAAY too slow.
Obviously no one is forcing anyone to use the cloud instead of conventional local storage so I'm not objecting or complaining. I'm just saying that it's not a good approach for people who work/play with big files. We would be better served by a system that lets us use our LAN to perform the kind of handy sync offered by iCloud, but Apple doesn't seem interested in providing that. A tool that would track updates to my iTunes library on one machine and replicate it across the other three would save me hours of boredom.
tallest skil wrote: »
iCloud as a conduit for syncing local content across all my devices. But I am still in possession of the files.
I would buy an apple server for my home if it had the capability of running iTunes 24/7 and I could sync/ backup ALL of my devices to my server in my home at LAN speeds. From the server, it could trickle up all, or a portion of my data to iCloud for offsite storage - but the current mechanism of going directly to and from icloud for everything is slow, inefficient and uses more of my bandwidth than is necessary!
I don't think that the statement about Lightroom migration in the article is true. It was reported initially by TechCrunch (and repeated by others) but subsequently retracted... The ApertureExpert blog has a more positive and take on this and claims to have been briefed by Apple staff.
I presume this app will be free...?
asterion wrote: »
I presume this app will be free...?
MainStage and Logic Pro also remain payware. Also, the complete set of GarageBand loops are payware, presumably for licensing reasons.
MainStage and Logic Pro also remain payware.
Forgot about those- thanks!
I am not a pro level photographer, so much of the feature discussion doesn't affect me. But like most folks, I have many snapshots that Apple recognizes I need to somehow manage. I like the idea of everything, everywhere. The easier, the better. I also agree Apple would be a bit foolish to make a system that doesn't allow for local storage. But I'm rather curious - when we upload a photo to iCloud, just what can Apple do with it? Guess I gotta read those ToS documents. And I rather suspect many people won't do that, or won't trust it, perhaps for good reasons.
Hope Photos will be optimized for multiple monitors like Aperture.
Objective-C. I assume that the new Photos app has been in development for a while now and the first most Apple engineers heard about Swift was at WWDC. Apple managed to keep the announcement of Swift very quiet.
take a look at how they do it for music -- chances are, it's pretty similar. ill save you some time -- youre free to keep as much local on the device as you can fit.
do you really think theyd force you to use icloud connectivity *only*? really?