Apple announced updates to its iWork and iLife suites for the new iPad, supporting the new Retina Display. It also announced the introduction of iPhoto for iOS. Although there's an existing photo management application built into iOS, iPhoto brings multitouch editing to the table. The iOS version of iPhoto supports up to 19MP images for editing. The iPad Retina Display should make for a good canvas to edit/view images on so the fit makes sense. 

It's clear that Apple is making a step towards making the iPad more of a productivity device. While I don't know that it's enough for professional photographers, iPhoto makes a lot of sense to bring to the iOS platform. The application is available today for $4.99.

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  • jaffa62 - Friday, May 18, 2012 - link

    The iPhone has a minimal hardware user interface, featuring only four or five buttons, depending on the generation. The only physical menu button is situated directly below the display, and is called the Home button because it closes the active app and navigates to the home screen of the interface. Thanks.
  • David Watson - Wednesday, July 11, 2012 - link

    As per heavy customer demand and due to globalization the demand of iPhone is a running very sharply .The iPhone has utilized iPhoto development which has well support for image editing with extra ordinary quality.Many thanks for well information.

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