Note: This is no longer an actively developed application. i Photo lets you do more than you ever thought possible with your photos.It gives you easy ways to find, sort, and rediscover your favorites.Iphoto was acting strangely, and was unable to open a valid i Photo library that worked just fine with another copy of i Photo on an external drive created with Superduper from my original disk.I'm running a mid-2010 Mac Book Pro with Snow Leopard.Your old i Photo library will still remain if you need to use i Photo for whatever reason, but changes made to those older images won't automatically sync to your new Photos library.
Software Update didn't notice that i Photo was out of date. It's version 9.2.2, which is pretty current, but not completely up to date.
We saw a number of long download OS X El Capitan problems when the new version of OS X arrived, but that is no longer an issue.
If you are upgrading from OS X Yosemite to OS X El Capitan in 2016 the only speed limitation will be that of your computer.
I'd buy i Photo from the App Store, but the version there only works with Lion, which I can't install on this machine yet.
have a large number of photos on the device - probably close to 10k, but other photo apps seem perfectly capable of opening my photos and loading a given album when I select it.
Simple but powerful editing tools let you turn good shots into magnificent ones.