Apple Announces iPhoto 1.1
Adds Brightness & Contrast Control, Mac OS X Mail Integration and Desktop
Image Controls

CUPERTINO, California-May 8, 2002-Apple=AE today announced iPhoto=81 1.1, a
free update to the application that has revolutionized the way consumers
save, organize and share their digital photos. iPhoto 1.1 makes using
digital photos even easier, including new brightness and contrast controls,
integration with Mac=AE OS X’s Mail application for simple emailing of photo=
to family and friends, and controls for setting favorite photos as desktop
backgrounds and screen saver slide shows.

“iPhoto is a true breakthrough for consumers who want to get more out of
their digital cameras,” said Philip Schiller, Apple’s senior vice president
of Worldwide Product Marketing. “Now with iPhoto 1.1, we’re bringing our
customers their most requested new features, making importing, editing,
organizing and sharing photos easier and more powerful than ever before.”

Importing, editing, saving, organizing, printing and sharing digital photos
is a snap with iPhoto. Simply plug a digital camera into a Mac via USB or
FireWire=AE and iPhoto automatically imports, catalogs, stores and display=
the photos on screen. Users can view individual shots for precise cropping,
or see hundreds of photos on the screen at once and quickly scroll through
thousands to find the one they’re looking for. iPhoto makes it easy to
organize photos into digital albums-for birthdays, vacations, weddings or
other occasions-for easy retrieval; as well as add names, comments or
keywords to favorite photos. iPhoto brings a new level of simplicity and
creativity to sharing digital photos with family and friends via the Web,
email, slide shows, Kodak prints or custom-printed, linen-covered hardbound

In addition, with iPhoto 1.1 users can now:

* perform quick and simple touch ups using new brightness and contrast

* automatically place selected photos into outgoing Mac OS X Mail messages,
with a choice of compression options;

* automatically place a favorite iPhoto image as the desktop background;

* choose an iPhoto album to play as the Mac OS X screen saver slideshow;

* create a self-contained QuickTime=AE slideshow that includes background
music and elegant, cross-dissolved slide transitions;

* easily add their QuickTime slide show to a DVD using iDVD=81;

* search the photo library by the text information in a photo’s comment fiel=

* view all EXIF metadata associated with a photo JPEG file, such as
creation date, shutter speed and f-stop;

* preserve file names as photo titles when importing images from the Mac OS
X Finder=81; and

* make more efficient use of printer paper with improved print templates.

Pricing & Availability
iPhoto is available immediately as a free download from iPhoto requires Mac OS X version 10.1.2 or later and
a Macintosh with a built-in USB port. A Mac with at least a 400-MHz PowerPC
G3 processor and 256MB RAM is recommended. Online ordering services are
available in the U.S. and Canada and require the English-language version
of iPhoto. Users who sign up for an Apple 1-Click account will receive ten
free 4×6 Kodak prints when they place their iPhoto print order. Kodak
prints are available for just $0.49 (US) per 4×6 print, up to a
poster-sized 20×30 enlargement for just $19.99 (US). Custom-printed,
linen-covered hardbound books are available for $29.99 (US) for the first
10 pages and $3 (US) for each additional page.

For a complete list of compatible digital cameras and printers, visit

*Ordering services available in U.S. and Canada; requires English-language
version of iPhoto.

Apple ignited the personal computer revolution in the 1970s with the Apple
II and reinvented the personal computer in the 1980s with the Macintosh.
Apple is committed to bringing the best personal computing experience to
students, educators, creative professionals and consumers around the world
through its innovative hardware, software and Internet offerings.