My best guess...and it's only a guess but it is based on other Pro Apps and how Apple have handled them along with what seems to be Apple's roadmap for OS X in the next few years.. is as follows.....
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Can avoid frustrating buggy issues. I was just commenting on another thread that the $199 Logic is a great deal, considering the free upgrades and it includes all the libraries, instruments, and effects. And also free iOS app, Logic Remote which is awesome for improving workflow. It’s become my favorite new feature of Logic Pro X. Ignore the flames. I think what you do is really nice. While Apple probably doesn't make a lot of money on Logic Pro (compared to the iPhone business), purchasing Logic Pro will help keeping the product alive. To buy it, you just need to delete the 'Logic Pro X' application you have installed. Then you can buy it. Jul 25, 2013 However, should a Logic update become an essential one (because of an bug fix that one needs.) and it requires an OS X update at the same time to fix a Cocoa/GUI or CoreAudio issue in the process. Then this is why I would use the method i described earlier rather than just a 'manual' Logic Only update. Which could be more risky.
Logic Pro 9 was sold as both a physical item (Logic Studio 2.0) and a download from the Mac App Store. Because some users could buy it as a physical item at one point in time, Apple continued to provide updates that could be downloaded as individual files (outside of the online Update system) and then could be physically transported to the Mac that has L9 installed.
Now LPX is only available as a download item from the Mac App Store, and the only way one can (officially) download/install LPX on a mac.. is to use the internet...the only way updates can be done is online too, via the Mac App Store online update system. Add to this the fact that Mavericks does all updates automatically without the need for User intervention and I can see why Apple have taken this path.
So, my guess is there will be no offline update files...(Unless Apple have a major change of direction with Mavericks.....) and it seems your 'USB stick' method may be the one of the few practicals way of updating LPX on a Mac..when you have no internet at that location.
My method to get around the problem that one of my studios are in a location where the internet is poor... is to install OS X and Logic onto a fast external HD and boot from that. I then take that HD to another location which has a good internet connection, connect it to a Mac and boot it up and update it there. On two occasions I have even taken it to my nearest Apple store and they have happily allowed me to use their bandwidth and a Mac to achieve this. The advantage of this method is that both the OS X and Logic can be updated at the same times along with any other related content or 3rd party plugins/content.. which may or may not be updated in the future.
Jul 25, 2013 5:55 PM