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Apple Aperture ürünün resmi olarak bitirdiğini açıkladı.

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Photos uygulamasının IOS 8 ile entegreden sonra iPhotos IOS uygulamasını resmi olarak durduran Apple, Yosemite 10.10.3 versiyonunda Aperture uygulamasını resmi olarak bildiriyor.

Apple konuyla ilgli olarak kullanıcılarına bir mail de gönderdi


Dear Aperture customer,   Last June, we introduced the new Photos apps for iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite, along with 
iCloud Photo Library, which lets you safely store all your photos in iCloud and access them 
from anywhere.   When Photos for OS X launches this spring, Aperture will no longer be available for purchase 
from the Mac App Store. You can continue to use Aperture on OS X Yosemite, but you will not 
be able to buy additional copies of the app.    You can migrate your Aperture library to Photos for OS X, including your photos, adjustments, 
albums, and keywords. After migrating, your Aperture library remains intact. However, Aperture 
and Photos do not share a unified library, so any changes made after the migration will not be 
shared between the apps.   To learn more about Photos for OS X, click here. If you’re interested in trying the OS X 10.10.3 
Public Beta, which includes Photos for OS X, click here.   We thank you for using Aperture and hope you will enjoy the new Photos for OS X app.   Sincerely,   Apple  


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Henüz 10.10.3 e geçmedim fakat yinede Aperture son bir güncelleme aldı sanırım bu konu ile alakalı olarak.

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