At WWDC 2014, Apple had introduced Yosemite, the next version of Mac OSX. It introduced many new things, but it also seems that development on Aperture, Apple’s Photo Editing Program will cease and it, along with the iPhoto App will be replaced with Photos, an app that Apple had introduced at WWDC.
Aperture hasn’t received much love lately, with no major updates and this is partly due to the fact that when it comes to photos, Adobe dominates.
Certain features from both apps will be available in Photos. Aperture will get a small update, enabling it to run on Yosemite, but that is the end of the road, as Apple is ceasing development completely.
While iPhoto for OSX is gone, we are wondering what Apple has in store for iPhoto for iOS. Will it receive the axe? That’s the big question.