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Adobe CS3 to ship "later this spring"

updated 02:30 pm EST, Tue March 6, 2007

Adobe confirms CS3 debut

Adobe today confirmed that it will officially announce its Creative Suite 3 on March 27th, but said the product will not ship until some time "later this spring." The development company is celebrating the launch at an event in New York City that will be webcast live at 3:30 p.m. ET, and said it will reveal the features as well as suite configurations that make the latest version the largest software release in Adobe's 25-year history. The company was careful to note, however, that while it will announce Creative Suite 3 on March 27th, the product will not actually ship until later in the spring of 2007. Apple advocates are eagerly awaiting the new software suite from Adobe, which runs natively on Intel-based Macs and is credited for much of the pent up demand behind Apple's Pro workstations and notebooks.




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  1. eldarkus

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    Sorry

    but i'm not buying this "pent up demand" thoery anymore. I ran Photoshop CS2 on a Mac Pro and it was killer. I worked with a 15MB RAW file and had no issues.

    I cant see a huge explosion of Mac Sales when CS3 is released. Maybe a small one, but they talk as if sales will triple once CS3 is released.

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