Apple and Adobe Speakers at Seybold

Discussion in 'MacRumors News Discussion (archive)' started by arn, Aug 1, 2002.

  1. arn macrumors god


    Staff Member

    Apr 9, 2001
    Seybold announced that Apple and Adobe executives will be amongst those who will be presenting keynote addresses at Seybold San Francisco 2002.

    Phil Schiller, Apple's senior vice president of Worldwide Product Marketing "will preset Apple's current developments and strategies for creative professionals" on Sept 10, 2002 and 9am.

    Other keynote speakers are listed at Seybold's site.
  2. topicolo macrumors 68000


    Jun 4, 2002
    Ottawa, ON
    Heheh. Nice. Schiller's gonna be presenting on my birthday. That'll be an easy date to remember:)
  3. johndz macrumors newbie

    Jul 18, 2002
    Home of rock n roll, Cleveland Ohio

    We all know what happens when they both have keynotes addresses. The power of the hardware and software unite. Hopefully we should see new G4 Towers before this show.
  4. Future Man macrumors member

    Jul 17, 2002
    It's about time. I remember in January when they released the dual gig, it was just there one day at Apples site, no big hoorah. It was like they knew they were just squeaking along for pro users. But now if Schiller and other Apple execs. are slated to present Apples plans for the future of pro users.... You know they are going to have some hardware to back 'em up! At least you hope....:eek:
  5. iH8Quark macrumors 6502

    Jan 17, 2002
    Big Shoulders
    Hopefully Adobe is going to talk about a new version of Illustrator that's actually faster than using a chisel and stone tablet. :rolleyes:
  6. pgwalsh macrumors 68000


    Jun 21, 2002
    New Zealand
    Re: Apple/Adobe

    I second this.
  7. mnkeybsness macrumors 68030


    Jun 25, 2001
    Moneyapolis, Minnesota
    or maybe a premeire/final cut pro merge

    that would be very nice
  8. Kelso41 macrumors newbie

    Jul 18, 2002
    Chicago IL
    I would love to see a major announcement that involves InDesgin, and apple's support of that product. Quark is the only piece of software I use, that forces me to launch classic, and that is starting to get old.

    A few weeks ago my line of work (I am a designer), provided me the misfortune of a sit down meeting with some quark representatives. They wanted to come in and boast about the new features in 5.0 So after listening to them for an hour, they looked to us for questions. Needless to say that first thing I asked them about, was their timetable for releasing a OSX native version. Here is where it gets sad... They do not see anything on the horizon before the second quarter of next year. They also said they could not move forward because of all the problems that apple was having with OSX??? They said they wanted to wait until they ironed everything out before they moved forward with an OSX version.

    The best part was they said they would have one of the core people get in touch with me, to talk about other questions I had, in regards to the software itself... That was 4 weeks ago, and I have not heard a peep from them.

    Sorry for dragging that out, but I just wanted to share a little first hand info I had gotten about some pending software.
  9. iGav macrumors G3

    Mar 9, 2002
    Mwhahahahahahahahahahahahahahah........... :p :p :p classic........ ;)
  10. iGav macrumors G3

    Mar 9, 2002
    Indesign 2 in OSX runs pretty sweet..... everyone I know that use to use Quark, has now switched over to Indesign....... and they're all pretty chuffed with it... as am I when I actually do print work.......
  11. Kelso41 macrumors newbie

    Jul 18, 2002
    Chicago IL
    I have InDesign, and enjoy it almost as much as I do my other Adobe apps. (I also relish the fact that it is OSX native) However as much as I try, I can not get my entire company to switch over. They feel it would be too difficult to train the entire company on a new piece of software. Hence the fact that they will not move away from Quark.

    My feeling is that if you use other Adobe products, the learning curve for InDesign is so minimal. The power and ease of InDesign is fantastic.

    Than again maybe I just spend too much time behind my keyboard. lol:D

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