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Adobe revamps upgrade policy for Photoshop CS6, other CS6 applications  
Saturday, November 12, 2011 | by Rob Galbraith
Starting with Photoshop CS6, which is anticipated to ship in 2012, Adobe will be enforcing a new upgrade policy. The existing practice is to allow customers to purchase the newest version at the upgrade price if they own an existing version up to three major releases back.

To upgrade to Photoshop CS6 or any other Creative Suite 6 application at the upgrade price, however, you will need to own a license to the previous major release (in this case, CS5, CS5.1 and CS5.5 are all considered to be the same version). Earlier major version releases will not be eligible for upgrade pricing.

For more information on the new upgrade policy, the 20% discount available on existing upgrades through the end of the year as well as Adobe's subscription plan alternative, see the following articles:
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