Apple has just released its fourth beta of iOS 12.1, one week after it seeded iOS 12.1 beta 3, which brings Group FaceTime, eSIM for iPhone XS and XS Max, Real-Time Blur Background Edit for Camera app, and bug fixes. They has also pushed out fourth beta of tvOS 12.1 and watchOS 5.1 to developers with no major features in the update.


Besides Apple, at the Adobe Max event, Adobe has announced that it will bring Photoshop CC to the iPad platform in 2019 and is a full version. Photoshop CC for iPad will feature a newly designed user interface designed specifically for the Multi-Touch experience. At the same time, it will bring all the powerful features of the desktop version to these tablets,

Photoshop CC users will be able to open and edit PSD files on the iPad, using standard Photoshop image editing tools to support layer operations. Appearance of the app, however, will be similar to the desktop version, and all toolbar options will be retained, furthermore, all edited items can be synced with the desktop version.

Apple's marketing chief Phil Schiller also made an appearance today, saying that Adobe recognized the technologies of iPad Pros and then working together for amazing technology, with the hope of turn to the device into a tool essential for creative workflows. "Adobe has understood the potential of the iPad Pro and our teams have been working together on some really amazing technology," says Phil Schiller.

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