Apple releases plethora of software updates
Apple has released several software updates to go along with the release of OS X Mavericks.
Aperture, Apple's pro image editing app, has been revved to version 3.5. It replaces Google Maps with Apple's own Maps for photo location tagging, adds iCloud photo sharing support, the ability to include video in shared streams, support for multiple contributors for photo streams, SmugMug support, and the ability to recognize filters applied to images in iOS 7.
Apple also released updates for Migration Assistant and Workgroup Manager on Tuesday. The Migration assistant updates are for those migrating to Mavericks from Lion, Snow Leopard, or various versions of Windows. The Workgroup Manager update is Mavericks compatible.
Apple has also upgraded Xcode, OS X Server, and Apple Remote Desktop, all for Mavericks. Xcode has been revved to 5.0.1, with Apple Remote Desktop upgraded to 3.7. OS X Server with the Mavericks core is now version 3.0.
Finally, iBooks Author 2.1 has been released. The upgrade is compatible with the new iBooks for Mac.
To grab the updates, you can go to the Mac App Store or use the Software Updates component of Mac OS X's Systems Preferences app.