Apple has updated iPhoto and Aperture for Mac to bring improvements and bug fixes to Photo Stream, and has also updated Java and Safari to boost security.

On Tuesday, Apple released iPhoto 9.4.3 and Aperture 3.4.4. The software updates focus on improving Photo Stream integration, making it easier to delete images and export images from Photo Stream in iPhoto, and fixing Shared Photo Stream bugs in Aperture.

Alongside the iPhoto and Aperture updates, Apple has also updated Safari and Java to improve security.

In the release notes for Java for OS X, Apple says that the update "delivers security, reliability, and compatibility by updating Java SE 6 to 1.6.0_45."

 

The Safari 6.0.4 update allows users to enable the Java plug-in for Safari on a website-by-website basis, says Apple.

You can see the full release notes for Aperture 3.4.4 and iPhoto 9.4.3 on the Mac App Store.

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