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If Apple is dumping iphoto and aperture where do I put photos

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If Apple is dumping iphoto and aperture where do I put photos that are on my Mac?
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Mac
Expert:  Ashik replied 1 year ago.
Hi and Welcome. My Name is ***** ***** I look forward to assisting you today with your question. Apple has replaced iPhoto/Aperture with new application called Photos app from OS X 10.10.3 onwards. If you are using 10.10.3 or later version of OS X then you can open Photos app from Applications folder or from Dock (flower like icon). Photos app does support your old iPhoto library. So you will be able to open Photos and see all the photos that were in iPhoto. Open Applications folder and you will find the Photos icon (a flower like icon). Open it and it will import your iPhoto Library automatically. If it doesn't, then close Photos. Hold down Option key on your keyboard and open Photo. Select Choose Library,then from the list of library select iPhoto Library and choose it. This will migrate the iPhoto Library to Photos. Please let me now if you have any difficulty, so I will continue to help you.

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