Apple Aperture, Power Mac G5 Quad And New PowerBooks

Posted: Oct 20 2005, 3:52am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 4:40pm CDT, in News | Notebooks and PCs

Apple Aperture, Power Mac G5 Quad and New PowerBooks
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The Apple announcements yesterday at the PhotoPlus Expo are mostly exciting for photographers and designers.

Apple announced the software Aperture, which is first all-in-one post production tool that provides everything photographers need after the shoot. It works directly with RAW images.
Apple Aperture will sell for $499.00 and ships in 6 to 8 weeks. More details on the Aperture site (cool design!) and on LetsGoDigital.In a rather strange move Apple announced new Power Mac G5 Dual and Power Mac G5 Quad PowerPC based desktop computers. Apple announced a while ago to switch to Intel CPUs. I guess Apple had this monsters already in the pipeline. Question is if customers who buy those new machines really make a good investment, as Apple will switch to Intel next year.
More details on the Power Mac page.

The Apple PowerBook notebooks have now more resolution.
More details on the Apple PowerBook page.

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