“By now you have probably figured out that we aren’t releasing Universal Binaries of our current application versions,” Adobe software engineer Scott Byer blogs over at Adobe.com. “If you haven’t, all you need to know is pretty explicitly spelled out here. ‘But, c’mon,’ I hear people saying, ‘Steve said it was just a recompile!’ Or, ‘Back during the PowerPC transition, you guys released a patch!’ Well, this time is different. And I really wish it weren’t. But let me tell you how…”
Byer explains, “When that original PowerPC transition was done, Apple did something clever. Very clever.”
Find out why it going to be a lot of hard work for Adobe to make a native (Universal) version of Photoshop for Intel-based Macs here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Paul L.” for the heads up.]
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