Apple has released a new support document for its photo editing and management software Aperture 3 introduced earlier this month.
Apple's latest version of its creative software, promises to make it easier and faster to organise large photo libraries and adds over 200 new features according to the company, including Faces, Places, both first introduced in iPhoto ’09 and Brushes.
The support document, dated 17 February, addressees an issue after you upgrade Aperture from an earlier version to Aperture 3. Aperture may quit unexpectedly when opening or when you enter the Aperture 3 upgrade serial number, according to Apple. The advice comes after Apple released a Digital Camera Raw Compatibility Update 3.0, which extends RAW image compatibility for Aperture 3 and iPhoto '09.
Aperture 3 costs £144 plus VAT, while existing Aperture users can upgrade for £67.