Apple with more bite

Adobe’s Indesign 2.0 is to be included in Apple’s Mac G4 package for the Middle East

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By  Graham Stacey Published  November 5, 2002

Apple and Adobe have decided to bring their latest product tie-up to the Gulf region – with purchasers getting Adobe’s InDesign bundled with the PowerMac G4.

Jacques Chammas, managing director of Arab Business Machines (ABM), said: “We are delighted to extend our strategic partnership with Adobe Middle East. Through our latest offer, Apple’s Arab clientele can save more than $1000 with every PowerMac G4 they purchase, as it shall be coming along with InDesign 2.0 for a very limited period.”

“The Middle East surely remembers the launch of the Arabic-compatible Jaguar with its custom-made applications for the region. Our latest tie-up with Adobe is yet another example of our sincere commitment to the Arab world."

John Boutros of GraphEast, Adobe’s distributors in the Middle East, added: “Apple and Adobe are undoubtedly the premier brands in publishing, media, and graphic sectors. Our products blend superbly with Apple’s advanced technology to provide our customers with numerous advanced functions and features. Through our latest tie-up in the Middle East, our Arab users are bound to save money and time which will definitely result in increased productivity."

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