The iPhone may get all the attention, but that doesn’t mean Apple has forgotten — or forsaken — desktop computer users. Case in point: the recent quiet updating of the display of every one of the 27-inch iMac models to the Retina Display’s resolution of 5K (5120 x 2880).
At the very outset of Apple’s Keynote Event at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco, CEO Tim Cook promised “monster announcements” - and he didn’t disappoint. Over the next two hours, Apple announced the new iPhone 6S and 6S Plus, the new iPad Pro, the latest upgrades to the Apple Watch, and “the future of Television” with the updated Apple TV.
Hard to believe that Apple’s Final Cut Pro is only now releasing the second major update for software that debuted about four years ago. Bringing things up to date means accounting for more robust files, thus, downloaders of Final Cut Pro X 10.2 will gain GPU acceleration for RED RAW workflows, as a well as native support for JVC H.264 Long GOP, Panasonic AVC-Ultra, Sony XAVC S