Adobe has released a new beta version of Photoshop, developed for macOS and Windows. However, the main recipient of Adobe Photoshop are computers that bet on the new Apple Silicon M1 chipset. However, the new Photoshop also runs on the Surface Pro X. It is in practice a niche product compared to the Macbook Pro, Macbook Air and Mac Mini.
Adobe Photoshop has already arrived on Macs with Apple M1 chipset and it flies!
This news comes just days after Apple introduced the new products to the market. This means that Apple sees a great opportunity on machines that use the new processors that are outside the X86 architecture.
This is indeed something surprising. It is that an ARM version was not expected so quickly. In reality, the forecast was for early 2021.
Now, according to Adobe, photographers and content creators will be able to rely on more robust software. However, I just want to clarify that the current versions of Adobe Photoshop for Intel can be used on new machines. This is thanks to Rosetta emulation software. All without problems of performance. However, as it is not surprising that the native version will be much faster.
In fact, with the new version Adobe says that users will immediately notice more speed, especially in more complex projects that require more processing power.
Almost all the tools are present in the beta version, although some speak, especially in the area of restoration. Still, they should arrive in the coming weeks.
The new version marks a new era. Especially for the speed. That said, it will be an extra motivation for anyone looking to purchase Apple’s new bets.
Anyone registered with Creative Cloud can access the new version on the Beta tab.
We now have to wait for Adobe to release ARM versions of other products, such as Illustrator, Premiere Pro, After Effects and others over the next few months. Do you like Leak? We count on you! Follow us on Google News. Click here and then click Follow.
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