Apple Inc has rolled out yet another version of Mac OS X Yosemite to its beta tester for them to squash any existing bugs before its downloaded by millions of Mac users worldwide, a recent report suggets . Announced last year, the update will bring an all new version of the iPhoto. Going with the name as Photo app, Apple Inc has already rolled it out to its developer to test it for stability and improvements.
The Photo app, which was announced in June 2014, is expected to offer more control over your photos. Apple will provide it as a free replacement for the iPhoto, and the company has worked on various aspects such as secure integration with iCloud.
Since, the Photo app is much similar to what we see on iOS devices, Apple Inc is apparently cutting out last few loose ends that might abrupt the bridging in between Mac OS and iOS.
The new Photo app has an “iCloud Photo Library” allowing the users to upload the images securely on the Apple servers. It also helps in having a seamless synchronization among other Apple devices. However, this can also quickly fill up your free 5GB cloud storage.
Cupertino giant has also provided an option for users to store photos on the local hard drive itself. Probably, this will help in reducing the time required to fill up that cloud space. However, that’s not the case, there are other services, including OneDrive, Google Drive, Dropbox, that can be easily used to store and secure the moments.
There is no word about when the iPhoto substitute will start shipping. However, reports suggest that early 2015 is the time when Apple rolls it out. The Photo app will come bundled with next Yosemite 10.10.3 update. Apple website also states that the Photo app is “coming this spring.”