Last fall, Adobe announced that "true Photoshop" will hit the iPad later this year. We're still waiting for this to happen – the app is currently in beta phase – but it seems that Adobe is pushing ahead with the plans to bring more of its Creative Cloud software to Apple's tablet, as [Bloomberg1945] now It is reported that the next Adobe CC app will be the iPad Illustrator.
According to the report, Adobe may be previewing Illustrator for the iPad at its Adobe Max conference in early November and plans to release the full version in 2020. It is expected to release many features of the desktop version of Illustrator. " " says Bloomberg . This sounds very much like what Adobe announced with Photoshop.
] Photoshop for iPad, however, may not be all that was promised at final launch, as reported last week Bloomberg that in the beta versions of Photoshop for iPad apparently lacks some features and other key features of the desktop version. Scott Belsky of Adobe, product director of the company's Creative Cloud group, said the release said Adobe will be extending the capabilities of Photoshop on the iPad over time.
John Gruber of Daring Fireballs today wrote that "several reliable sources" state that Adobe is a "real all-in" for Photoshop for iPad, and that the team plans to "iteratively" in features An aggressive schedule may be added, and features that are missing at launch may soon show up in the app, as Belsky promised Bloomberg reported last week that Adobe may be updating Photoshop for the iPad at its Max conference, which we probably suspect I will have to wait much longer to learn more about Adobe's plans.