Digital Publishing Suite to support the new iPad

With today’s new iPad announcement, we’re hearing excitement from our publishing customers about taking advantage of the high-definition retina display and faster processing capabilities of Apple’s new device.  When the new iPad ships, Digital Publishing Suite customers will have support for these new features in the Adobe Content Viewer. This means you’ll be able to display stunning, full-bleed, immersive publications using every pixel of the 2048 x 1536 display with richer color saturation using Adobe Content Viewer technology.  When the newest build of Content Viewer is approved in the Apple App Store, these features will be supported in all published new iPad applications.

What’s more, Digital Publishing Suite customers will be able to take advantage of the faster processing capabilities enabled by the new iPad’s Apple A5X processor — especially important when delivering video to engage readers. With video comprising nearly 20% of all interactivity in Digital PublishingSuite-produced apps (among other stats we released last week), publishers will be able to engage, inform and entertain their readers with faster video and other types of interactivity rendered with Adobe Content Viewer on the new iPad.

Using Digital Publishing Suite, traditional media and corporate publishers along with ad agencies and brand organizations can produce compelling content for the new iPad using existing designer skillsets within their organization.  Combining iPad support with integrated analytics and advanced entitlement capabilities in Enterprise Edition, Digital Publishing Suite is the end-to-end solution for publishers serious about inspiring their audiences – and driving business results.

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  • By David - 4:07 AM on March 10, 2012  

    GOOD FOR YOU! GOOD FOR LL OF US!

    THANK YOU.

  • By Alan Platten - 11:41 PM on March 7, 2012  

    With the new resolution on the iPad 3 I’m wondering how this is going to effect designers using DPS and trying to cater for owners of both the new model and the 2 previous ones at the same time?