Apple released Aperture 3.5 on Tuesday after releasing OS X Mavericks for the Mac. The update for the image editing and management app replaced Google Maps with Apple's own Maps for photo location tagging.
Apple released updates for Migration Assistant and Workgroup Manager on Tuesday. The Migration assistant updates are for people migrating to Mavericks from Lion, Snow Leopard, or various versions of Windows. The Workgroup Manager update is an unspecified update.
OS X Mountain Lion users got an update to Safari on Tuesday, giving them shared links support and a new sidebar. MacBook Pro and MacBook Air users got a little something, too, thanks to Safari 6.1's improved energy efficiency features.
SAN FRANCISCO - Apple announced iPad mini with Retina Display on Tuesday, a new version of the company's 7.9-inch iPad with the same resolution display as its larger sibling, the (also new) iPad Air. The company made the announcement during its "We still have a lot to cover" media event, where Apple also announced the original iPad mini will remain on the market for $299, a $30 price cut.
Apple's long in the tooth iWork productivity suite got a welcome update on Tuesday during the company's special media event at the Yerba Buena Center in San Francisco. The update is a rewrite for the Mac and iOS versions of Numbers, Keynote, and Pages and includes big interface improvements and 64-bit support.
SAN FRANCISCO - Apple announced the iPad Air on Tuesday, a thinner version of the company's flagship iPad that is powered by the 64-bit A7 processor that also powers the iPhone 5s. The device is thinner that the iPad 4, weighs only a pound, starts at the same price as the iPad 4, and will ship on November 1st. This article has been updated with additional specs.
Apple used its Tuesday morning media event to show off more than just OS X Mavericks and new MacBook Pro models. The company also introduced brand new versions of iPhoto, iMovie, and GarageBand for the Mac, iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch, all of which offer tighter iCloud integration.
SAN FRANCISCO - Apple announced on Tuesday that it will ship its new Mac Pro model in December with a starting price of US$2,999. The company made the announcement during the "We still have a lot to cover" media event. Updated with more specs and pricing information.
Along with OS X Mavericks, Apple unveiled new MacBook Pro models at its media event in San Francisco Tuesday morning. As expected, the new laptops sport Intel's Haswell processors, and also include improved graphics, 802.11ac WiFi support, and more.
While Apple was expected to announce the launch date for OS X Mavericks during its media event on Tuesday, the price was a surprise: free. Apple said Mavericks will be available for download today and no cost, and it will support computers as far back as the 2007 iMac and MacBook Pro.
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