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Apple updates Aperture and iPhoto with bug fixes, adds printer driver support to OS X

By AppleInsider Staff

Apple on Tuesday released a number of updates for its desktop operating system, including bug fixes for the Aperture image editing program and a handful of maintenance updates which add printer drivers to OS X.

Aperture and iPhoto

The Aperture update brings the app up to version 3.4.4 and offers a number of fixes and stability improvements, but no new features were added.

From the release notes:

What's New in Version 3.4.4

Aperture v3.4.4 comes in at 523.15MB and can be downloaded through Software Update or Apple's Support Downloads webpage.

iPhoto get a number of imporvements along with bug fixes, including drag-to-delete photos, RAW image editing and Photo Stream exporting.

From the release notes:

The latest iPhoto version 9.4.3 is a 1.12GB download from Software Update or Apple Support webpage.

For those who do not yet own Aperture or iPhoto, each can be purchased through the Mac App Store for a $74.99 and $14.99, respectively.

Printer Drivers

In its usual printer driver maintenance update, Apple adds support for various Epson and HP printers and scanners, as well as Canon laser printers. For a full list of supported hardware, visit Apple's dedicated support webpage.

Epson's v2.13 driver pack weighs in at a hefty 1.04GB, Canon's v2.0 comes in at 22.92MB and HP's v2.13 is 450.57MB. All three can be downloaded via Software Update and Apple Support Downloads page.

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