According to a Dailytech report, Adobe’s flagship (and probably the most popular professional application) image editing application – Photoshop CS2 might not have a native Intel binary version. Apparently, the Adobe guys stated that PS CS2 is too big an application to port over to a binary version that could run on the Intel based Macs. For now, users can only rely on Rosetta to run PowerPC applications, but there’s still a large performance hit of between 50 to 60%, so professionals who rely on PS CS2 might hate working with Intel Macs.


According to a Dailytech report, Adobe’s flagship (and probably the most popular professional application) image editing application – Photoshop CS2 might not have a native Intel binary version. Apparently, the Adobe guys stated that PS CS2 is too big an application to port over to a binary version that could run on the Intel based Macs. For now, users can only rely on Rosetta to run PowerPC applications, but there’s still a large performance hit of between 50 to 60%, so professionals who rely on PS CS2 might hate working with Intel Macs.