With the heavy usage of the versatile and mobile iPads on a daily basis has somehow made us wonder about our computers. I mean do we need them with all the necessary, similar functions being done by an even smaller device, i.e., an iPad. Now Apple has been trying for a long time to provide maximum computing functions in their methods, however, certain aspects like video, audio and sound editing were still too far-fetched for a device with such a minimalistic built.
Even though video and audio remains a mystery for the iPads to be solved in the future, there has been confirmed the news that we will see the Adobe Photoshop running on iPads soon. As per positive news and reports, the probable release for Photoshop on an iPad is likely to happen late in 2018, with some reports pointing towards an October launch. It is still not ready though, as Adobe wants to make sure that it gives it’s users the perfect mobile platform for content creation.
Now Photoshop is a demanding software for a PC, and it will definitely be a demanding one for an iPad. The probable iPads which can be expected to be able to run Photoshop are the latest iPad Pros. It is not only a business app but also an app for student usage. So we can expect the latest 2018 school iPad to run the upcoming Adobe Photoshop as soon as it launches.
Adobe was quite an exclusive software developer company, inclined mainly towards developing PC softwares, but Adobe’s Chief Product officer of Creative Cloud, Mr Scott Belsky, has said that there has been a high demand for content creation on the go. This strategy towards software development for a mobile device is a well-calculated risk for more upper demand meets.
They have two primary objectives; one is to allow professionals to edit their pictures even when they are travelling. This actually might come in handy for a lot of travel bloggers and vloggers. Besides this small scale, the company mainly aims to provide a more accessible and smaller representation of the photoshop software for those casual users who just got in the game recently. We see people trying out photo clicking and editing as a hobby but they never really think of it as a career opportunity. This app might be the perfect editing app for those budding photographers.
We see the Windows surface Pro recently taking up the top spot on top of the Apple devices besides the iPads costing much lower. This is mainly because of the OS running on the Surface Pro. Microsoft already has almost all the softwares needed running perfectly on their Windows platform. So now Apple is running behind Microsoft and are desperately trying to provide a similar experience to an iPad user. This new launch of the Adobe Photoshop might just be the first sprint for Apple.