Apple Hits Adobe with a Lion Punch!

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Looks like Jobs is really clawing at Adobe. Seems many of our favorite Adobe applications aren't working properly in OS X Lion! What gives here Steve Jobs?

Excerpt from an article posted by Larry Seltzer from BetaNews.com:

Users firing up Lion on their Macs yesterday may have wondered what was wrong with Flash. In fact, they may be seeing problems with pretty much all their Adobe products.

Adobe explains the bad news in a knowledge base article: Known Issues with Adobe products on Mac OS 10.7 Lion. The list of affected products:

  • Acrobat Pro Extended
  • Acrobat.com
  • Acrobat
  • Adobe Drive 2.0
  • Contribute CS 4.0
  • Contribute CS 5.0
  • Dreamweaver CS 4.0
  • Fireworks CS 4.0
  • Flash Builder 4.0
  • Flash Builder 4.5
  • Flash Catalyst CS 5.0
  • Flash Catalyst CS 5.5
  • Illustrator CS 5.0
  • Lightroom 2.0
  • LiveCycle
  • Photoshop CS 3.0
  • Photoshop CS 4.0
  • Photoshop CS 5.0
  • Adobe Premiere Pro CS 5.0

You can read the full article here: http://www.betanews.com/article/Apple-launches-new-offensive-in-war-on-Adobe/1311256369

This makes me reconsider upgrading to the new Air or even future MacBook Pros... Ultimately, we the consumer suffers from this bitter battle between Apple and Adobe.

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Lenn Harley
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I love to see a title that addresses "issues".  What an obfuscation!  Seems to me it could just as easily say, "problems".

 

Jul 21, 2011 04:11 AM #1
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An interesting blog post that I enjoyed reading! Thank you for sharing it!

Jul 21, 2011 04:36 AM #2
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Dick Greenberg
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Hi Reuben - Thanks for posting this. I've been following the fight since the iPad surprised me with its rejection of flash - I personally feel that it has been a minor issue for me, but with problems with acrobat and photoshop, it just got a lot more serious - at least for me.

Jul 21, 2011 05:02 AM #3
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Dick, I feel the same way. The Flash battle seemed to be tit-for-tat... Big deal that iPads don't run flash! Flash takes up too much processing speed anyway. Plus, theirs a better alternative, HTML5; which I think is smoother and cleaner. But why go so far to kink the Adobe suite? The main reason I switched from PC to Mac was because of the fluid use of Adobe products: Acrobat Pro, Photoshop, and Illustrator. These are the main programs I rely on to make my products and create marketing for real estate. I've been waiting to upgrade to a newer version of Macbook Pros, but now I'm starting to reconsider. It's a shame this is happening. I hope they resolve their issues asap... otherwise, I might end up going back to PC (eeeek).

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