Although Apple is not attending this year's Macworld Expo in San Francisco, it is still rolling out new products.

The venerable consumer electronics company announced Tuesday that Aperture 3 is now available, representing the first upgrade to the photo-editing software in 2 years.

The update, which Apple said offers over 200 new features, includes advanced versions of the Faces and Places features previously seen in iPhoto '09.

Users can now make adjustments directly to images, and includes support for 64-bit operating systems and hardware.

Upgrades will be priced at $99, while the full version of the software will ring in at $199.

Aperture last saw an update in February of 2008.