Click Launch i Photo when you see that as an option.Usually, comes after the upgrader has finished it’s job.After you upgrade to Yosemite; your previous i Photo version will stop working.This is because the upgrade is not compatible with the older version of i Photo.1) "Purchase" and download the apps using an organizational Apple ID.Distribute the apps using Casper's normal techniques for software distribution to clients that are licensed/eligible for the apps. Also see @rtrouton blog post about getting the app installer using debug mode in the app store.New in i Photo 9.6.1 is better compatibility when migrating image libraries to Photos, the app's upcoming replacement.The new software will arrive later this spring alongside OS X 10.10.3, which is currently in beta.
id=206 As @gregneagle][/url][/url mentioned you'll need to rinse and repeat every time updates are released.
BUT if you did had the i Photo before; then most likely you are eligible for free update. Next, open the App Store and in the search bar located on the top right search for i Photo.
Please keep in mind that at the time of writing this guide, i had to download the library upgrade as stated in step 4 but this may not be the case in future; as i Photo may automatically upgrade the library. Now, click the small GET button, to begin installing i Photo. After the installation has finished, this status will change to OPEN. If the issue is with your computer or a laptop/notebook you should try using the Reimage Plus Software which can scan the repositories and replace corrupt and missing files.
I'm not certain how "kosher" this is from a licensing angle but I know that deleting the /Applications/App Name.app/Contents/_MASReceipt folder will effectively untie this app from the purchased ID and allow the update to install without prompting for an ID.
I came across this when an inherited system had an application that was purchased by a user no longer with the company but required an update.I am curious how people handle updating the "i Life apps" in an enterprise environment.