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Tuesday could very well be a special day for longtime users of FileMaker, as Apple's U.K. website has prematurely leaked the latest version of the popular database software, complete with new versions of its mobile apps.
MacRumors reported Sunday that Apple subsidiary FileMaker appears poised to launch FileMaker Pro 13 this week in several different versions, nearly 20 months after the release of the previous version.
The product leak appears on Apple's online store in United Kingdom, where FileMaker Pro 12 now shows as discontinued. [UPDATE: Filemaker Pro 13 no longer shows up in search.] The new version shows a shipping date of "within 24 hours," although FileMaker has yet to confirm the release via press release.
FileMaker Pro 13 is available in four different versions: £286.95 with iPad, iPhone, Mac, PC and web access or £199.95 for non-profit and education; FileMaker Pro 13 Advanced is also available for £454.95 or £272.95 for non-profit and education.
Presumably, the software will be launched on Tuesday if not later in the week, and the product refresh also appears to include new mobile apps with iOS 7 styling, judging from images posted on the U.K. website.
One thing the FileMaker lineup won't include this year is Bento, the company's consumer-centric version which was discontinued earlier this year.
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