Well it was bound to happen sooner or later. Apple has officially given up developing Aperture and basically conceded defeat to Adobe Lightroom. There will be no further development and Apple is expecting everyone to move to the Cloud and the Photos App. Adobe is of course overjoyed and promising
Aperture 3.1.3 This update supports general compatibility issues, and also addresses overall stability and performance. Minor issues addressed include the following: * Improves reliability and performance when syncing web-published albums * Slideshow exports are now handled as a background operation * Crop tool now correctly supports use of gestures to
This update improves overall stability and performance, including specific fixes in the following areas: * Importing iPhoto libraries * Reliability and responsiveness when using brushes to apply adjustments * Reconnecting referenced master images The update is recommended for all users of Aperture 3.
This update adds RAW image compatibility for the following cameras to Aperture 3 and iPhoto ’11: * Canon PowerShot G12 * Leica D-Lux 5 * Leica V-Lux 2 * Nikon D7000 * Nikon COOLPIX P7000 * Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF2 * Panasonic Lumix DMC-GH2 For more information on supported RAW formats,
New Features Include Faces, Places & Brushes CUPERTINO, California—February 9, 2010—Apple® today introduced Aperture™ 3, the next major release of its powerful photo editing and management software, with over 200 new features including Faces, Places and Brushes. Building on the innovative Faces and Places features introduced in iPhoto® ’09, Aperture