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Question re: MacBook Pro Retina and PSCS6


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Hello everyone, I am currently running Photoshop CS6 on my 2009 MBP and have the latest update installed 13.0.6 x 64

I am going to be purchasing a new MBP Retina and was wondering what the latest update with that machine and Photoshop CS6 is called.

Also, does the latest update automatically appear when you click on Help>Check for Updates?

And lastly, does Photoshop CS6 run the same on the MBP Retina as it does on my 2009 MBP?

Thanks so much for helping me. Best to you always,

rick
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