Now that Apple has finally provided an official launch date for the iPad Pro, Adobe couldn’t wait to post a video showcasing creative professionals getting their hands (and the Apple Pencil) on the new tablet.
Apple has begun blocking old and unsafe Flash plugins in Safari for Mac OS X. The move comes after yet another critical vulnerability was discovered in Adobe’s platform last week.
Adobe confirms ‘critical’ vulnerability in latest version of Flash Player; fix coming week of October 19
In February 2013, Adobe officially launched a Photoshop app for iOS, but apparently dusk is setting on the app as Adobe refocuses its attention.
Ever since Apple ditched Aperture (and replaced it with Photos for OS X), alternatives have been sought after. Now, Adobe has launched its own options.
Apple continues to maintain it stance against supporting Adobe Flash on iOS devices, choosing instead to focus on HTML5 and other modern web technologies. Nevertheless, there are still several Flash-based video players and other web elements littered across the web. When a mobile user accesses these pages, there is a blank space or large portion of the website missing.