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  • Updated: March 11, 2021

Adobe Photoshop Now Compactible With Apple M1-based Macs

American multinational computer software company, Adobe has officially announced compatibility with Apple Macs.

The software was released late last year in beta soon after the new Macs became available and Adobe says that the ‘critical feedback’ from the beta version helped shape the final build.

Photoshop is now one of the growing band of apps that run natively on Apple’s M1 processor without the aid of Rosetta 2 emulation.

According to Adobe Senior Director for Photoshop, Pam Clark "our internal tests show that Photoshop delivers significant performance gains across the application for customers using these latest Macs."

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A feature called Super Resolution is also newly available in the Adobe Camera Raw plugin and the speed increase is around 1.5x on demanding features like the epic Content-Aware Fill and Select Subject tools.

Clark said the "feature uses pioneering machine learning technology to boost the resolution of an image with one click, producing higher quality results than ever before."

Adobe is also introducing two new features to Apple Mac – Cloud Document Version History and Cloud Documents offline access.

There are a few features that can't run on M1-based Macs as yet including the recently-announced Cloud Documents features like Invite to Edit Cloud Documents and Preset Syncing. Adobe says it didn't want to hold the launch back for those features and says you can still switch back to Rosetta 2 if you need them.

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