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Complete version of PS coming to iPads next year


EXIF Seeker
Super Moderator
Think you might need one of the latest iPad pros to run it. Wonder if they will include it as part of one’s existing creative cloud package. More likely would add to the cost of it.


Always on
Premium Member
I certainly hope it is part of the current subs or people really will go bonkers.

I have the 9.7" iPad Pro currently but if this turns out to be any good I will get the big one so I can edit away from the desk etc. I wonder how plugins will work? I use Topaz Denoise often but doubt it will come to the iPad.

Andy 0

Always on
This must be a programmers' nightmare.

Having used iPads since launch in hostile industrial environments for damn near a decade I do not doubt the number-crunching prowess of the iPad and I personally rate the iPad (when aftermarket rugardisation has been applied) as the best solution for bespoke field hardware used in horrendous environments.

But my love for Cupertino's hardware when it comes to tablets makes me aware of its limits. My concern would be no iPad has the cohones to co-process images and not strong enough parallelization to really get up to the balls when it comes to serious image editing, something a modest Macintosh or PC would just 'jump over'.

That said, I'm just am Internet clock-socket and I'm willing to be proved wrong on this as the concept looks cool as f**k.