“This week Autodesk released its 2017 versions of AutoCAD for the Mac,” Anthony Frausto-Robledo reports for Architosh. “Without missing a beat, the company again delivered ever more Apple-centric personality traits in its flagship product line designed to run on Apple’s very latest Mac operating system.”

“Moreover, the company says it continues to make deep investments in AutoCAD — and its version for Mac,” Frausto-Robledo reports. “This is all good news for AutoCAD fans.”

“While Autodesk has both big and small competitors nipping at their heels, the company’s isn’t sitting idle,” Frausto-Robledo reports. “‘Our competitors are always going to say they are doing things we’re not doing,’ says O’Brian. ‘But we are continually investing in this space…and when you get your hands on AutoCAD 2017 for Mac this Monday, you will see that investment.'”

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MacDailyNews Take: Something many longtime Mac users never thought they’d even see is now “totally committed to the Mac.” Success breeds success.

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