Though no timetable has been given, Adobe has reiterated its plans to bring its products to Mac OS X in an
In the statement, the company says it “supports the direction Apple is taking with OS X.” Adobe also says that, “Apple’s new operating system promises to ultimately deliver a powerful desktop platform with enhanced stability and reliability for the Macintosh customer.
Currently, most of Adobe’s software products don’t offer native OS X support. But this will be added in future releases of “flagship products, beginning with Adobe Acrobat Reader 5.0.” The company is also planning OS X native versions of
upcoming products such as Elements, its spin-off of Photoshop.
For specific info on a particular Adobe application in regards to Mac OS X, go to the online statement and click on the hot link (at the left side of the page) for the product in question.