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 No CMYK support and yet it has been "upgraded" for the Mac Pro. Huh? :-/
@ GadgetCanada V2: Keep trying. My mid-2007 iMac wouldn't allow me to update due to not meeting the minimum specs. I tried at least a dozen times, and then when it was updating some other software... I think when I clicked on Update All (although that gave me the same error every other time)... the iMovie update downloaded, installed, and works just fine.
 See my post above about how it downloaded and is working, although it still shows 1 Update even though iMovie shows as Updated. If I click on Update All, it gives me the same error message about iMovie 10.0, which is nicely running on my iMac. As I said above: Greg = happy :-)
@ TS   Well, apparently if you click on Update beside iMovie 10.0 a dozen times, and get an error message a dozen times, over the space of an hour, and then just leave the Mac App Store app open for another half hour, it decides to download the iMovie 10.0 app all by itself and install it.   Opened it. Works fine!   Greg = happy!   :-)
 Greg ≠ happy
 I would have thought though that if my iMac was updateable to the latest OS, that the entire machine would be supported. I guess not?!!!?
A FYI on iMovie 10.0 released today, if you have a Mid-2007 iMac. Mavericks installed just fine, but iMovie says the graphics card does not support it, so it won't download an install. IPhoto worked, but GarageBand hasn't shown up for upgrade yet, so I don't know if it will work.   I'm not impressed. I thought Mavericks would optimize my Mac enough for all of the new iLife apps to work but apparently not.   My iMac has the ATI HD Radeon 2600 Pro 256 MB graphics card. I...
The extra features they are waiting on are the new iMacs, MacBook Pros, and Mac Pro which will hopefully be announced at the same October event as the new iPads, earlier in October, with the Macs being shipped a short while later.   Total conjecture, of course, but hey, my post count is low... :-/   Edit: I mean to quote auxio who said: "So late October is surprising unless there's some extra features they're holding back on."
Off topic (the compression thing just got me to thinking about it, don't ask me why...), but if Apple can make delta upgrades possible to the OS, why can't App makers do the same thing? Each time I get a Real Racing 3 update, it is 1 GB, even for a few bug fixes. Lots of games are 1 to 2 GB.   I'm not a programmer, but have often wondered why not? Since Apple dishes out tons of Apps and upgrades to those Apps, wouldn't delta updates on those Apps help a ton with...
How does one determine if the iPad mini they own has the LG IPS display or the AU AH-VA display? And is there that much of a difference that I should care? Thanks!
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