Apple [AAPL] introduced Final Cut Pro X last week to a huge response — the majority of which exceedingly negative. Video pros were furious at key features missing from the software, dubbing the release ‘iMovie Pro‘. Now Apple has published a statement promising those missing features aren’t missing at all, but on the way — eventually.
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