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Adobe to release public beta of Creative Suite?: Ars Technica

"The signs are there, if you look for them, or if you simply believe what you want. Having announced that the next iteration of Creative Suite would not be released until the second quarter of 2007, Adobe has been talking up their flagship product and the company's continued support for the Mac. Adobe 8 Acrobat Professional was released in early November and, while not a part of CS, could be considered as a related application for professionals. Also, remember that Adobe—what the hell does it have to do with—Photoshop Lightroom was made available as a beta. Now, AppleInsider is reporting a rumor that could also be logical extrapolation."
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