Release notes | Adobe Illustrator
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Adobe Illustrator is an industry-standard vector graphics app that lets you create logos, icons, drawings, typography, and complex illustrations for any medium.
The latest/most current version of Adobe Illustrator on the desktop is March 2023 release, version 27.4, and Illustrator on the iPad is October 2022 release, version 3.0.
To learn about new features in Illustrator on the desktop and iPad, see What's New.
To learn about the latest fixed issues list in Illustrator on the desktop, see Fixed issues.
For the latest system requirements for the desktop, see System requirements | Illustrator on the desktop.
For the latest system requirements for the iPad, see System requirements | Illustrator on the iPad.
For a list of the latest system requirements for other Creative Cloud products, see Creative Cloud system requirements.
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For assistance with product usage, sales, registration, and troubleshooting:
- Within North America: Please visit the support site.
- Outside North America: Please visit http://www.adobe.com/go/intlsupport, click Change region at the bottom of the page, and select your country or region.
For product Help plus community-based instruction, inspiration, and support, visit http://www.adobe.com/go/learn_Illustrator_support_en.
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