Being a photo editor, iPhoto '13 should also get a bunch of new filters. That doesn't take a genius to predict.
iPhoto '13: interface
In terms of interface, the next version of iPhoto is likely to continue another known trend - Apple bringing its desktop and mobile software closer together. iPhoto '13 will take visual cues from the popular iPad and iPhone versions of the software.
iOS 7's Calendar app (in an early beta) shows how ruthlessly Apple have removed skeuomorphic elements, as well as the vibrant pastel colour scheme
Of course, with iOS 7 on the horizon, that means bright, vibrant colours and starkly minimalist typography. it also means an end to quasi-realistic skeuomorphic design - no more wooden shelves and dated-looking 'cork boards'. Hopefully. (See Hate iOS 7? Give it a month)
iPhoto '13: price
Reports back in July suggested that code in iOS 7 revealed that Apple would release all it's iWork and iLife apps for free. That report claimed that a pop-up window in iOS 7 recommends that users install "free apps from Apple" and lists the entire iWork and iLife suites, including iPhoto, iMovie, Pages and Keynote.
iPhoto currently costs £10.49 on the Mac App Store, so it's a fair guess that the next version of iPhoto will cost something similar. If you're happy to buy the current version of iPhoto instead of waiting for iPhoto '13, '14 or whatever, click here to buy now:
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