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If there is a new release Adobe will announce it when they are ready to... but as it stands, there should always be updates and fixes based on the subscription concept whether it is under the current product name or the next. At least that was what they advertised when the Cloud started... by rights there should have never been 2014. 2015, etc.... just CC. But that plan fell thru quickly
Ned's right. Either way, Adobe will continue to improve the applications and their capabilities, whether it's called an update to CC 2015 or a new milestone release for all apps... And either way, you can continue using a previous version or the latest, and upgrade whenever you want to.
yes i know
but rightnow most photographers does prefer more cc 2014 then 2015
seeing the 25 anniversary , honestly I expected more