2.) Web Clips Similar to what you can do on a Mac with Dashboard, Safari on the i Phone & i Pod touch lets you add a web page to your home screen.When viewing a web page, press the button on the bottom of the screen to bring up the following options: Add Bookmark, Add to Home Screen, and Mail Link to this Page.Connect a camera to your Mac and Photos springs into action instead of i Photo, for example.When you launch Photos for the first time, it'll ask you to choose a library or create a new one.i Phone users will immediately feel comfortable with its layout; Photos for Mac looks and acts like the Photos app for i OS.Apple makes it easy, holding your hand as you leave i Photo and walk your photo library over to Photos.It will be followed by a public Photos beta, with the final Photos product delivered to Mac users as part of a free software update this spring.
If you only have one library installed on your Mac machine, launching Photos for the first time, you get the opportunity to copy your current i Photo or Aperture library over to Photos.
In their place, the company said it would develop an all new product, tied closely to the cloud.
The resulting product will likely feel like an improvement for most i Photo users, though users of Aperture’s more powerful editing and organizational features are likely to find it wanting. A clean, reasonably intuitive library for your pictures combined with simple cloud backup solution and useful editing tools.
to use — but is there enough here to satisfy Aperture users?
Last year Apple announced that they would be discontinuing i Photo and its more powerful cousin Aperture, and replace them with a revamped photo program that better fits a climate of i Phones and i Cloud.