Apple on Tuesday iPhoto 8.1, the latest version of its image organization and editing application. The update, a 160.4 megabyte download, adds the following fixes and changes:
* Hardcover books can now be ordered in a new extra-large (10″ x13″) size.
* Includes three new book themes with travel-oriented designs: Tropical, Asian, Old World.
* A variety of new holiday greeting cards themes are now available.
The update can be installed via the direct link or located and installed via Mac OS X’s Software Update feature.
iPhoto 8.1 requires Mac OS X 10.5 or later to install and run.
With August wrapping up and new students getting ready to head off to college, the Mac Observer’s John Martellaro has written an outstanding guide as to how to safely bring your MacBook, MacBook Air or MacBook Pro to campus, how to keep it safe and the various levels of security, backup and recovery to keep it safe.
Because, and take my word for it, if something happens to your laptop and you lose your data or the laptop itself, then nothing short of fifteen simultaneous miracles (including winning three separate multimillion dollar lotteries) is going to brighten your day.
The guide also features links as to bags, accessories and external hard drives worth considering to keep your notebook in good shape with its data safely backed up in an alternate location.
Take a gander and if you have any suggestions of your own, please let us know.
A significant security hole in iPhone OS 3.0 may have surfaced, as a recently published YouTube video demonstrates how the Spotlight search cache doesn’t sync message status with the mail client, so you can still pull up old messages with Spotlight if you know the subject line. According to Engadget, user Matt Janssen, who discovered the bug, says he’s been able to pull up emails three or four months old. Current rumors state that the bug is fixed in iPhone OS 3.1, but until then, here’s the video: