Well, right out of the gate, you have to know we have refurbs because that's a really easy way to pick up a Mac at a great discount. And since we know you're looking for bargains, we'll keep the refurbs right at $1,000 so you can figure out where that tax return is going. But that's not all. By all means, check out this week's awesome refurb deals, but stick around for some sweet for your iOS devices.
When Adobe released its subscription-based app suite, Creative Cloud, earlier this summer, we had some mixed feelings on the pricing structure. Clearly, the monthly cost was a great value for the CS6 Master Collection, but the overall package was a bit slim in regards to additional applications. Thankfully, Adobe continues to update Creative Cloud with new functionality, and today subscribers receive new additions in the way of Illustrator.
Many apps can help you build a website, but most cater to people who aren’t too concerned about the code that’s generated, or about taking advantage of the latest developments in web design. Dreamweaver is the opposite—in fact, it’s pretty much the only game in town if you’re a serious web designer working on a Mac. And serious web designers have their work cut out for them these days, creating sites that work on desktop browsers as well as on smartphones and tablets—designs must be flexible enough to accommodate any screen resolution, big or small.
If you’ve been clamoring to get your hands on Adobe’s new Creative Suite 6 products, today is your lucky day: CS6 is now shipping and available for immediate purchase and download. Unfortunately, the new Creative Cloud service won’t follow until this Friday.
Adobe held a launch event today for Creative Suite 6 and the brand-new Creative Cloud. If you're a creative type, you can watch the entire hour-long presentation and demos (it'll be rebroadcast continuously until 4pm Pacific today, and starting tomorrow you can watch it on-demand at tv.adobe.com), but let me just tell you why I'm so hyped about Creative Cloud.