Today there has been a huge buzz about AutoDesk releasing its popular AutoCAD for Mac, after being away from the platform for almost two decades (the last release available for Apple Macintosh dates back to 1992). You can pick up your copy of AutoCAD for Mac from October for $3,995 (same as for the Windows version). Many people are excited:
And as if that isn't enough: there will be a scaled-down version - AutoCAD WS (wonder what the "WS" stands for) for iOS (iPhone and iPad). This will be part of Autodesk's Project Butterfly, which is their attempt at creating an online collaborative workspace for viewing and editing CAD files in a browser (not quite CAD on the cloud, as Deelip explains in his post). However, great news - just imagine pulling out your shiny iPad to show the latest revisions of your project to a customer. Read more about AutoCAD WS on their official site and if you're interested, sign up for Project Butterfly.
And the preview video by AutoDesk:
Will this make you consider moving from a PC to Mac?