Wednesday, September 08, 2010, 11:10 pm
Apple updates iMovie for iOS 4.1, issues Safari, iWeb fixesApple has updated its iMovie app for iPhone 4 and the fourth-generation iPod touch, and released incremental updates for Safari and iWeb.
On the heels of the release of the new iPod touch and iOS 4.1, Apple posted Wednesday a significant update to its $4.99 iMovie app. Version 1.1 adds compatibility with the fourth-generation iPod touch, the much-desired ability to split video clips, video scrubbing in Video Browser, updated sorting in Photo Browser, and an in-app Tips page.
Safari 5.0.2, 4.1.2
Safari updates 5.0.2 for Mac OS X Leopard and Snow Leopard, Windows and 4.1.2 for Mac OS X Tiger contain compatibility and security improvements. The updates were released Tuesday.
Safari 5.0.2 for Mac OS X Leopard and Snow Leopard fixes an issue that prevents users from submitting web forms, corrects incorrectly displayed content when viewing Google Images with Flash 10.1 installed, and establishes an encrypted, authenticated connection to the Safari Extensions Gallery .
The Apple Support download page highlights only the web form and Extensions Gallery fixes for Safari 5.0.2 for Windows.
Safari 4.1.2 for Mac OS X Tiger fixes the the web form submission issue.
Safari 5 was originally released in June with a significant performance increase and improved HTML 5 support.
Tuesday's iWeb 3.0.2 update refines comment and search support for blogs and podcasts published to MobileMe, and resolves some issues related to publishing sites to MobileMe.
iWeb is overdue for a full update. The last major revision came in January 2009 with iLife '09.
A listing for a "Family Pack" of the unannounced iLife '11 was spotted on Amazon.com, but has since been taken down.
In July, rumors incorrectly slated iLife '11 for an August release.
On Topic: Software
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- Adobe releases Lightroom 4.4 and Camera Raw 7.4 after month of testing
- New release candidates for Adobe's Lightroom and Camera Raw bring bug fixes, added camera support
- Apple to lock iOS app screenshots upon submission to halt scammers
- Firefox 18 launches with support for Retina display Macs