Thursday, August 27, 2009
Posted by Jeff Campbell in "Apple Software (OS X)" @ 02:00 PM
"Apple's next-generation operating system Mac OS X Snow Leopard is two days away, and the $30 price tag is a strong incentive for Mac users to upgrade. But this news might get some eager Mac fans to slam on the brakes: Adobe Creative Suite 3, including Photoshop, may have some compatibility issues with the new OS."
According to John Nack, the principal product manager of Adobe Photoshop, CS3 hasn't been tested but it doesn't mean they aren't planning on doing it eventually. Obviously they want users to upgrade, and this is one way to force the hand so to speak, as well as a way to anger your customer base. It was available in 2007 for $1,700.00 USD so if I was one of the purchasers, I think I'd be a bit peeved they weren't making sure it was compatible. It could all be a moot point and CS3 will work fine on Snow Leopard, we just wont know until after Friday this week when Snow Leopard is released.