Adobe updates Photoshop Mix & Fix w/ iOS 9 Split View, iPad Pro & Apple Pencil support

iPad Pro Apple Pencil

Adobe today has rolled out updates to a pair of its iOS apps, adding support for features introduced in the latest version of Apple’s operating system. Adobe Photoshop Fix and Adobe Photoshop Mix have both been updated this evening, the former being bumped to version 1.1 and the latter to version 2.1.

The changelogs for both updates are identical. Adobe has added support for iOS 9 multitasking to Photoshop Fix and Photoshop Mix. This means that both apps now support iOS 9’s Split View multitasking feature, allowing users to use Adobe’s apps on one half of their display and another app on the other half.

The updates also both add iPad Pro support. With the iPad Pro, users of Photoshop Mix and Photoshop Fix will be able to edit larger images. Exact details are unclear at this point, but it’s nice to know support will be there when iPad Pro launches next month.

Finally, Mix and Fix now support Apple’s Pencil Stylus, launching alongside iPad Pro next month. Adobe says that the apps only have “basic” Pencil support at this point and it’s unclear if that will change.

    • Support iOS 9 split view multitasking.
    • For iPad Pro we will support editing larger images.
    • Provide basic pencil support.

The latest versions of Adobe Photoshop Mix and Adobe Photoshop Fix can be downloaded from the App Store now.

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  1. MK (@MathiasMK84) - 7 years ago

    Good news.
    Waiting for Lightroom Mobile to be updated as well. And please add LR compatible brushes to it, Adobe!
    Plus I would love to have higher resolution previews, if not the originals, in the cloud and an import function for raw files on iPad pro. So that I dont need to start on the Mac. Everything should work in both directions.

  2. Atiqur Rahman Sumon - 7 years ago

    Its looking some exciting update specially for the Adobe lovers. I have shared the news in my facebook page as well. Thank you.


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