canon will get f£$ked by interviews like this one, well all is dommed now, good luck guys im jumping to the Nikon boat.
That is all a bit misleading. A JPG is simply a converted RAW file, if you're getting two more stops of ISO performance in JPG, then you have to be getting that in RAW as well.
Sort of (by which I mean not really). As well as being less noisy, Canon's in-camera noise reduction has been improved. One could get better results by shooting RAW and processing using 3rd party noise reduction software, but the gap between class leading 3rd party software and the in-camera software has been narrowed or eliminated.