(Fixed) iPhoto won’t upgrade in Yosemite
iPhoto application is the best application that you can use in your Mac to edit, manage, organize and share. But if you are using the latest version of the Yosemite on your Mac computer then it shows a very unusual error message on your computer screen. iPhoto won’t upgrade in Yosemite is a very common problem that comes to you with lots of error issues. When you upgrade your Yosemite to 10.10 then iPhoto won’t run on it properly and gives you error messages. Though this is a very common error but it can harm the computer and its data badly. So it is very important to fix the problem with the help of some manual method or you can also use MacKeeper tool to fix the problem automatically.
What are the causes –
Main causes for the prompting of iPhoto won’t upgrade in Yosemite is that iPhoto is now not available for the Mac computer and on the place of this application Apple has launched the replacement named “Photos”. iPhoto doesn’t support the new and upgrade version of Yosemite.
How to resolve the issue –
To fix the problem of iPhoto won’t upgrade in Yosemite you should use the following manual method:
- First of all launch the App store and log into it using your Apple ID.
- Search for the Photos.
- If PHOTOS is listed there then you should click on the download button to download the app.
With the help of this app you can do everything with pictures and videos and you will not get the error prompting like “iPhoto won’t upgrade in Yosemite”. But one thing you should keep in your mind that before upgrading of iPhoto you should make a backup of the entire files in the Mac. You can also fix this issue with the help of MacKeeper tool.
MacKeeper tool is specially designed to fix the problem in Mac computer and its application. You can also use this tool to fix the virus problem if any in your computer. The tool also helps you to enhance the productivity of the software and hardware of the computer.