The Mac version will cost $3,995, the same as the PC version, and will be released in October. AutoDesk will soon introduce a free mobile version of the software that will run on the iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch. That version has more limited capabilities, Mr. Hanspal said. But with it, an engineer, for example, could bring drawings to a job site on an iPad, rather than on a big roll of paper, and make annotations on them.Any AutoCAD users out there anxious to take their work around on iOS?
The mobile version will be able to read any AutoCAD files, whether they were created on a PC or a Macintosh.
Source: http://www.tipb.com/ via [New York Times]