MacWorld tells us that today, Adobe will announce Premiere will again be offered for the Macintosh platform. The high end video editing software from Adobe dropped it’s Apple support back in 2003, most likely due to Apple’s vigorous efforts with the likes of Final Cut, After Effects, and other video editing applications.
These days however, the landscape is quite a bit different. Apple Computers run on Intel processors, and the groundswell of Apple sales the past couple of years seems to be much more than a trend. Adobe apparently wants back on the Mac train. Who can really blame them though.
So if you’re a video person, this could be big news for you. I wonder what this may mean for Apple’s hardware sales in the movie industry?