At the new iPad’s unveiling, Apple also introduced a $4.99 iPhoto for iOS app in the App Store to compete with apps like Adobe’s Photoshop touch, bringing multi-touch photo editing to iPhone and iPad in a breakthrough way. Despite the fact that iPhoto app is a universal binary and has been optimized to work on both iPhones and iPads, it supports only the iPad 2 and the new iPad, leaving out support for the first-gen iPad. Luckily for the original iPad owners, there is a workaround for installing iPhoto.
** Note: If you sync your iPad with iTunes after installing iPhoto using this method, it will be removed from your device.
Purchase and download iPhoto app from the App Store using iTunes on your desktop computer.
Also download the free iPhone Configuration Utility from Apple.
Sync your iPad with your computer using the USB cable. Once done, leave your iPad connected and launch the iPhone Configuration Utility.
Now click on Applications section in the left hand pane and choose Add from the top bar. Look up the downloaded iPhoto app on your computer and select it.
Once done, click on your iPad in the left hand pane and select Applications.
Select iPhoto from the list of Applications and click install.
That’s it. Enjoy iPhoto on your original iPad!
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