iPhoto 9.5.1 update fixes problem with print previews


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If you're an iPhoto user who's noticed something amiss with print previews, oh boy does Apple have an update for you!

iPhoto 9.5.1, a free update released on Wednesday, fixes an issue that the company says could cause print previews to render incorrectly. And, because it's a software update from Apple, the release notes also tout stability and performance improvements. The download weighs in at around 55MB.

iPhoto for OS X costs $15, but is free for those who own iPhoto '11 or who've purchased a new Mac recently.

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At a Glance
  • iPhoto 9.5 has a number of solid improvements to recommend it, but its aging look and feel will surprise and disappoint some users.


    • Enhaned iCloud photo sharing
    • 64-bit support promises improved launch times and large-image handling
    • Simplified printing interface makes printing photos easier
    • Apple Maps provides an attractive and accurate backdrop for geotagged images


    • Overall interface needed a refresh but remains almost unchanged
    • Lacks snazzy new features expected to accompany launch of landmark OS
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