Apple Delays Universal Binary Release of Aperture

Scheduled for a late March/early April release, the Universal Binary release of Aperture (compatible for both Intel and PPC Macs) was delayed today to a mid to late April release. Aperture is Apple's new professional photo editing/organization software that specializes in nondestructive RAW image editing.

The new update is reported to include several new features including improved RAW image format handling, new editing tools, and a new and improved color meter.

News source: Macworld UK

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