I think that you need to be patient.
There has not been any release of Camera Raw since the release of the camera.
I recommend to try the next version once it will be released, as there might be preliminary support (and therefore not listed).
Usually, Adobe is amongs the firsts to support a new camera.
Even though the Camera Raw team is fielded with wonderful coders, I do not think that they do have a time machine to allow support before they have their hands on a camera
I thought Adobe was on the cutting edge. When I bought my Canon PowerShot s95 I did not look into to see if Adobe could support the Raw files. I assumed Adobe would be on top of it. Should I change my opinion of Adobe because they do not have a time machine? I hope not. Doesn't Adobe have a good relationship with Canon and work with them to provide the best service possible to their customers by KNOWING the new products Canon is releasing. Please encourage the release of a new Camera Raw ASAP which supports the Canon Powershot s95. Adobe does want us to continue to use their product, right?
If you ask nicely in the ACR forum, they might let you test a prerelease version of ACR with support for your just released camera.
But ACR cannot reasonably be expected to put out an immediate release for each new model (which would be about twice a day as of late).
Also, support for new cameras will arrive much sooner if the camera maker supplies Adobe with information and advanced samples of the camera for calibration and testing. If we have to wait to buy the camera retail, then the process is going to take longer. Adobe does ask for this information, but some camera makers are not good about providing it.