Kaylie Moise, November 28, 2012
On their website announcing the company’s upcoming “Create Now Live” webinar event, Adobe also posted a video that shows a MacBook Pro with Retina display running Photoshop CS6, which suggests the photo editing software could be getting support for the high-resolution Retina display.
The video shows some close-ups on buttons and other items that seem to look like Retina-quality graphics, which would suggest its announcement is all the more likely. A number of other features were also highlighted in the video.
“Create Now Live” will be a live streamed event on YouTube on December 11, though it was originally scheduled for December 5. In August, Adobe announced that it would be bringing support for both Lightroom 4 and Photoshop CS6 by the end of the year. In early November, Adobe released Lightroom 4.3 with support for both the 13-inch and 15-inch Retina MacBook Pro models.
The “Create Now Live” event includes a keynote from Vice President of Products, Jeffrey Veen, and other notable pros and Adobe evangelists, according to the event announcement. The webinar will go from 10:00a.m. to 1:30p.m. on December 11, so stay tuned to find out if the new Photoshop CS6 software will be Retina-ready.Follow @macgasm