Apple released updates Monday for GarageBand 6, iMovie 9, and iPhoto 9 (all components of iLife ‘11). All three updates are technically just maintenance releases with bug fixes (the iMovie update adds support for opening projects created with iMovie for iOS), with no mention of Lion in any of the patch notes, despite the impending release of Lion as early as this week.
[Update: Apple also updated iDVD and iWeb. - Editor]
Apple’s patch notes for all three updates:
What’s New in GarageBand 6.0.4 (51.5MB download)
This update supports general compatibility issues, and addresses overall stability and performance issues including the following:
- Fixes an issue with the GarageBand Lesson Store not completing single or multiple lesson downloads.
- Corrects issues with some tempo-based effects falling out of sync with main song tempo.
- Resolves problems with Magic GarageBand project files not opening up correctly in the GarageBand tracks view.
What’s New In iMovie 9.0.4 (79.9MB download)
This update improves overall stability and addresses a number of minor issues, including the following:
- Support for opening projects imported from iMovie for iOS.
- Fixes an issue where some audio adjustments were not preserved.
- Addresses a performance issue when using large quantities of video clips with keywords.
- Resolves issue with slow application launch when working with large iPhoto libraries.
What’s New in iPhoto 9.1.5 (232.1MB download)
This update supports general compatibility issues, and also addresses overall stability and performance. Minor issues addressed include:
- The date range of each event now updates correctly to reflect changes made to photos using the Adjust Time and Date command
- Addresses an issue that could cause the Photos view to scroll incorrectly when Event Titles are displayed
- Fixes a problem that could prevent Ken Burns animations from being applied correctly on photos in a saved Classic slideshow
- Deleting photos from a web album using the contextual menu now removes them from the album without deleting them from the library
- Addresses an issue that could prevent a crop adjustment from being removed from a photo when using the Revert to Original command
The update is recommended for all users of iPhoto ‘11.
You can use the direct links above to download a standalone updater, or you can download the updates through Software Update.