RUMOR: Adobe to debut Photoshop CS6 with Retina display support on December 11th (with video)

“An announcement on Adobe’s website regarding the company’s upcoming ‘Create Now Live’ contains a video that appears to show a Retina display MacBook Pro running Photoshop CS6, suggesting the photo editing software will finally be getting native high-resolution screen support,” AppleInsider reports.

“As noted by Mac Otakara, the embedded video shows a MacBook Pro with Retina display running Photoshop CS6 in what looks to be the laptop’s native Hi-DPI screen resolution,” AppleInsider reports. “In August, Adobe announced that it would be bringing [Retina display] support for both Lightroom 4 and Photoshop CS6 by the end of the year.”

Read more, and see the screenshots, in the full article here.


  1. What about InDesign? That’s what really needs Retina support. I exported a PDF yesterday and was blown away by how much better it looks than the display inside InDesign (all type is fuzzy and non-Retina).

    1. No it’s not…Try and print with it!
      Adobe has some inventions that are brilliant and un-copiable.

      Apple needs to buy 51% of adobe, shut down the windows section and focus on where adobe should be focused.

    1. I do like how Pixelmator looks and so on, but for a pro Ps is the only game in town. The end.

      I don’t know what planet you are on but on this one Adobe has never ‘abandoned Apple users’ – I’m one of them.

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