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LR4/PS6 support for new Retina Display MBP


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I'm assuming Adobe will be offering a firmware update to take advantage of the Retina Display on the new MBP just announced today (June 11th, 2012). Has any one heard any news on this?

I would think Adobe would also be working on getting PS6 support for the Retina display available soon too.
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I'm wondering why the monitor would make any difference at the application layer. I must be simply missing something.

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I'm assuming Adobe will be offering a firmware update to take advantage of the Retina Display on the new MBP just announced today (June 11th, 2012). Has any one heard any news on this?
Since it's pretty darn early to be asking about this...Adobe is probably the best place to check.

Order of information release:

- Adobe knows first
- we (the general public) find out second

If this is an important concern that cannot wait...checking with Adobe is probably best & fastest option at this point.

Probably within 1-2 weeks more info will be generally available.

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I'm assuming Adobe will be offering a firmware update
Adobe couldn't offer a firmware update even if it wanted to. You're confusing firmware with software.

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to take advantage of the Retina Display on the new MBP just announced today (June 11th, 2012). Has any one heard any news on this?
Yes, I watched the keynote video. You should probably do the same.

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I would think Adobe would also be working on getting PS6 support for the Retina display available soon too.
This was specifically addressed at the keynote. No specific date was given, but a software update will likely be along shortly.
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