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Oct 27

Apple’s Aperture Software Updated To 1.5.6

Apple is starting to update their other software to be compatible with Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard.  The latest update to their software product line is Aperture, Apple’s professional photo program.

The new version is 1.5.6 and is required to run in Mac OS 10.5.  A minimum display requirement is 1280×854 as well as 1GB of RAM, 2GB of Ram required on a Mac Pro.  5GB of hard drive space is required for the application, tutorial and sample projects.  There are quite a few compatible graphic cards listed on the Apple Aperture site.

The Aperture update maybe what a lot of professional users have been waiting for to install Leopard.  The wait is over and the fun can begin with Mac OS 10.5 Leopard. Via Tuaw.

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    […] was one of two software suites from Apple that was yet to be a paid for upgrade in recent days.  Aperture was updated for Leopard at version 1.5.6, but a larger pay upgrade has not been […]