iPhoto for iOS update adds white border printing option alongside various bug fixes

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Following a slew of updates to iWork, Apple has released a minor update to iPhoto for iOS, part of its iLife suite. The update adds a new border printing option. When ordering prints, you can now frame your photos with a white border. As usual, the update also includes miscellaneous bug fixes and “other improvements”.

What’s New in Version 2.0.1

• Add a white border to photos when ordering prints
• Includes bug fixes and other improvements

iPhoto costs $5 on the App Store, but new iOS device purchases automatically unlocks the app for the registered account for free.

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Comments

  1. aeronperyton - 9 years ago

    This update pretty much says that a major update to iLife for iOS is a ways off. I don’t think they would bother with a single new feature and bugfixes for iPhoto only if dot-ones were even being worked on.

  2. Ken BigBear Morey - 9 years ago

    the “update” is 287 MB, hopefully something has changed a lot.

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