Maplesoft on Monday released an update to its advanced Math software Maple 10, enabling it to run natively on Intel-based Macs. The company expected the new version to gain performance boosts when rendering 2D mathematics and manipulating 3D plots in real-time. Maplesoft said in its announcement that the update will be available from its online store "in early June."
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