As always with any type of software that’s still being supported, companies are always going to make updates for it. Adobe is no different. There are many people that agree that Adobe has been recently been milking it with their creative suite. Many argue that with the addition of the .5 update, it should even be a paid upgrade. Many feel it’s more of the same and many people are forced to paying for the upgrades due to the fact that the only way to get do updates (ie software fixes) are to pay for it. This has made a lot of people angry and with Adobe also changing the upgrade paths (no more discount for those using old software), the consumers aren’t very happy.
Well, we leave all the complaints to other sites and forums. What I want to see is will the next Adobe iterations of the Creative Suite be enough to get everyone to upgrade? Well if we were to look at the next Photoshop. I’d say yes. This looks to be an upgrade. From first looking at it, it looks more like Cinema4D. Heck it even has an animation timeline. It also has a viewport for 3D. It looks like we’ll be seeing functions starting to overlap from other softwares in the near future. Who knows, maybe all the creative suite will just be one software and will be a jack of all trades. Well here’s a sneak peak at one of the functions of Adobe’s new Photoshop Cs6.