AutoCAD for Mac

Aug 31, 2010 - 1 Comment

The eagerly awaited AutoCAD for Mac is due to ship again in October of this year, this is the first Mac version of AutoCAD since 1992. Alongside the upcoming Mac version will be AutoCAD WS for iPhone and iPad, which will allow users to share, view, and make small changes to their designs remotely.

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The Mac OS X release of AutoCAD will feature a very Mac-friendly user interface with Cover Flow style file browsing, multi-touch gestures, and full cross-platform support, as well as the usual AutoCAD feature set.

AutoCAD is the leading industrial design software for 2D and 3D drafting, with over 10 million active users. Pre-orders will be available starting September 1, but the software won’t ship for another month. The Mac version will be priced the same as the Windows release at $4,000, but will be made available for free to students and teachers through an education program. AutoCAD WS for iPhone and iPad is expected to be released for free.

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Posted by: Manish Patel in Mac OS X, News

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  1. B0bby says:

    Finally!

    Now hoping that Totalcommander / Ghisler for OS X will be made
    Hoping that 3D Studio max for OS X will come
    Hoping that GOMPlayer for OS X will come
    Hoping that all games are OS X compatible same time with windows…

    Getting sick of booting into windows just to open up autocad, gomplayer, 3d studio max… and some games .

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