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Apple pushes Camera RAW update to support new Panasonic Lumix cameras

Apple is this morning pushing out all a small update to the Digital Camera RAW Compatibility that adds support for Panasonic's newest Lumix cameras in iPhoto and Aperture 3. As of version 4.07, RAW image files from the Lumix G6 and the Lumix GF6 are supported by OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion. The Sony Alpha SLT-A58 is also included, and to grab the update for yourselves head into the Mac App Store now or check the Software Update menu.

Source: Apple

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Should Apple bring the iOS 7 design language to OS X? [Poll]

Should Apple bring iOS 7's new, clarified, deferential, depth-driven look and feel OS X? For the last few years Apple has worked diligently and deliberately to bring iOS nomenclature and metaphors back to the Mac, and create a more consistent experience between their two platforms. Right now, however, iOS 7 and OS X Mavericks couldn't look further apart.

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OS X Mavericks Developer Preview 2 now available

Hot on the heels of iOS 7 beta 2, Apple has also just released OS X 10.9 Mavericks Developer Preview 2. If you're running a beta version of Mavericks, you can grab the update via the Mac App Store.

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NetNewsWire 4.0 released as open beta

One of OS X's most venerable newsreading apps has gotten a major makeover. NetNewswire 4.0 is now available for download as a public beta. It can be pre-ordered for $10, half off the regular price.

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Mac annual growth year-over-year a staggering 100% over 5 years

At the WWDC keynote presentation, Tim Cook announced some pretty impressive numbers for Mac hardware and OS X. Let's break it down a little:

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In the age of iCloud, does Apple need to maintain a monstrous iTunes?

Breaking up iTunes is Peter Cohen's number one want for OS X 10.9. He's probably not alone on that front, I myself went as far as saying I'd love to see the Podcasts app broken away from iTunes and released as a stand alone as on iOS. On their iOS devices, Apple has made the iTunes experience so much better than on the desktop, and it's been this way for a long time. And, with iCloud at their disposal, Apple could easily strip apart the "bloated, unwieldy mess" that is the current iTunes desktop experience.

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Apple releases OS X 10.8.4, claims to fix out-of-order iMessage bug!

Apple has released OS X 10.8.4, with stability, compatibility, and security fixes. Noteably, this update claims to fix an issue with Messages that cause iMessage to display texts out of order, along with Safari 6.0.5.

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WWDC 2013 wish-list: iMore's top OS X 10.9 wants!

What does everyone here at iMore want to see in OS X 10.9? Apple does still make a desktop operating system, after all, and let's face it, even trucks need new engineering and body work. Since this is the final week before WWDC 2013 it's the last chance for us, staff and friends alike, to make with the feature requests. So...

To the wish-lists!

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Apple's WWDC honey-do list, as dictated by the internet

According to the internet, Apple has to everything everyone else has ever done, plus make real everything science fiction has ever imagined, or WWDC 2013 will be a disappointment, and Apple will again and forever be doomed. No pressure there. But what exactly is this unattainable goal being set for Apple? Justin Willaims of Carpeaqua has placed tongue firmly in cheek and laid it plain.

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Apple set to focus on "power users" with 10.9, but whither the regular folks?

WWDC will bring with it the first developer's looks at new versions of OS X and iOS; Apple VP Phil Schiller said so when the company announced WWDC's dates. According to Mark Gurman of 9to5Mac, OS X 10.9 will tout features geared toward "power users," among them better Spaces management for multi-monitor systems, tabbed browsing and more.

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