I would like to know if the newest version of Photoshop (2023 or Beta) can deal efficiently with scans that have intensive halftone patterns and, occasionaly, moiré effects. The pictures aren't old, they are high-res scans of printed materials (so the halftone is very noticeable). I wonder if the latest version of PS that includes AI processes can totally fix those two kinds of artifacts. I know there were tools to deal with that before but they softened the pictures too much. I hope that the newest Photoshop versions could do some magic with their AI processes now but i'm not sure.
Bonus question (same stuff really): A few years ago, I wasn't impressed with the text removal feature i've seen in Photoshop. The background still showed traces of the text removed as it was smuged where the text was. It wasn't doing better than Acrobat trying to remove text from a picture when using OCR. So here as well, are some Photoshop newest AI processes dramatically improved so that one can't tell anymore that there was a text on a picture before the removal?
I ask so that I know if I subscribe to a photoshop license or not because that's the features I really need.
And if those processes aren't fully satisfying within PS, are there plugins or other apps that can do that better at thos point in time?