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 1. We have no exact details about what will replace Aperture. So it wouldn't make much sense for them to declare that.  2. Apple introduced the Mac Pro in order to allow Pros to run resource-intensive software in an OS X environment. What they do with *their own* Pro apps has no connection to this. 
 Writing was kinda on the wall. 
  Quite likely THIS  ^^^
  Apple's loyal Pro customers bought Macs.  Which run "Pro" software. Like Lightroom. 
  Macs can run Lightroom. 
And?   Non-event if there ever was one.    Those who were serious about this area moved to Lightroom long ago.    It's the few that were sitting on the fence - waiting in hope - who will be affected, and who, incidentally, should have also moved to Lightroom a long time ago. Well now they can.    And Apple *will* be replacing these apps. The result? We don't know. But solutions abound, that's for sure. There is no shortage of photo management/editing software for...
1. Go to About this mac under the apple in the upper left and click on More info 2. Click on system report 3. make a note of what it says after Model Identifier 4. go to your master drive – System -Library – Extensions – IOPlatformPluginFamily.kext -Contents – Plugins – ACPI_SMC_PlatformPlugin.kext – Contents – Resources – find the name from step 3 and move it to a folder that you can find again if needed. 3. Restart and you’re done You *might* have to repeat the process...
There's a kernel_task fix. I'll post it shortly.
My understanding has always been that the MBP shouldn't be run with its lid closed. Heat issues, etc. 
Apple has a way of knowing what consumers way before even they do. All they need to do is show the goods.
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