Apple has a track record of supporting older hardware and software far longer than its peers but even the mighty Cupertino-based company can’t always make magic happen.
Half a decade ago, it announced that its rather popular photo editing software, Aperture, would no longer see any action.
Now it is sounding the death knell, warning its still-existing faithful users that the program will no longer work in future versions of macOS, starting with the one launching this year.
Aperture had a lot going for it and, back when it still existed, it didn’t have much competition.
Aside from being an Apple product, it offered users non-destructive photo editing with all the bells and hassles of larger, professional programs.
In 2014, however, Apple announced it stopped developing the app and even removed it from its Mac App Store.