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Friday, June 28, 2013 @ 2:34pm

Easily the most popular thread in the MacNN forums this week is the thread titled "OS X Mavericks" which features an ongoing discussion about the next generation operating system. Earlier this week, Forum Regular "miacomet" had a question about Activity Monitor CPU usage, and turned to the forums for some advice.



Grizzled Veteran "PeterParker" was wondering if it made any sense to use a Lightning connector docking station with one of the new iPads. One happy Fresh-Faced Recruit took to the forums with a few questions about their new Mac mini. This week, forum members continue to discuss the new Mac Pro's features.

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