Photoshop, Adobe's popular image editing software, is nearing the release date of its iPad, but reports indicate that it lacks essential features such as support RAW images, smart objects, etc. Adobe announced the product and said it was the full version of Photoshop at the "Max" software conference last year.
This year, Max is expected to start on November 2 and the app's release date is expected to be announced, according to Bloomberg. People who spoke to the publication said that the beta version of the app did not contain "custom filters, pen and brush tools, vector graphics, color spaces, RAW editing, smart, layer styles, and some mask creation options.
"Adobe leader, Creative Cloud division chief product officer Scott Belsky said that more, but not all, of the desktop version of the app's features should arrive at the app before launch, he told Bloomberg that when Photoshop launches on iPad, it will be the first version of the product.
Specifically, he said, "launching all the features developed over the past 25 years on the iPad from day one would not serve to satisfy our customers and meet their needs." A strange fact, because you imagine that customers using Photoshop on an iPad are the same people who use it on the desktop.