Apple recently released a minor fix for its Aperture software along with a batch of printer drivers for the Mac OS X.
The Cupertino California company released Aperture version 3.3.1 for download on its support website and in the Mac App Store. This release was intended to address an issue that could cause the program to hang or quit unexpectedly when upgrading libraries. Itís sized at 528.37 MBs and is recommended for all Aperture 3 users. There is also a requirement of having OS X Lion 10.7.4 or later to use the updated software.
For those of you who didnít know, Aperture got a significant upgrade to version 3.3 earler in the month to add Retina Display compatibility to support the new MacBook Pro. Other additions to the major update included a unified photo library with iPhoto, support for AVCHD video, and a number of other tools and tweaks.
Alongside the Aperture update, Apple also released a large set of new OS X printer drivers for a range of manufacturers. You can see the full list (along with links) below:
- Canon Printer Drivers v2.9
- Epson Printer Drivers v2.10
- Gestetner Printer Drivers v2.3
- InfoPrint Printer Drivers v2.3
- Infotec Printer Drivers v2.3
- Lanier Printer Drivers v2.3
- Lexmark Printer Driver v2.8
- NRG Printer Drivers v2.3
- Ricoh Printer Drivers v2.3
- Savin Printer Drivers v2.3