Apple has updated its professional photo editing app, Aperture, to version 3.2.3. Being a very minor update (despite the fact that it’s a 636 MB download), v3.2.3 adds only the ability to delete photos from one’s iCloud Photo Stream along with improvements to performance and stability.
The update was apparently supposed to be released on March 6th, the day before the media event in which the third-generation iPad and Apple TV were announced, according to Apple’s support web page. Why it took the company another week to actually roll the update out via Software Update is unknown at this point.
Regardless, Aperture owners can check Software Update for the update to v3.2.3, and can now enjoy the ability to delete Photo Stream content just like within the iPhoto 9.2.2 update that came out a week ago today.