Adobe has released the Arm version of Photoshop for Mac computers with Apple M1 socs. The software was already available as a beta version since last year . But is now being rolled out to all CC users with an Apple M1 device. While Lightroom has been available on M1-powered devices through Apple’s Rosetta emulator, the native version will be able to take advantage of all the perks of the Arm-based processor.
Adobe M1 version Of Photoshop :
The native Apple M1 version of Photoshop will be available immediately. claims that ‘various functions’ within the new M1 software version performs up to 1.5 times better on average than x86 Photoshop. On ‘similarly equipped’ systems of the previous generation. Adobe further states that performance will be further optimised in the future.
The company says that some features from the x86 build of Photoshop are not yet available in the Apple M1 version According to Adobe. The company cites the ‘Invite to Edit’ function for cloud documents and the synchronisation of pre-sets as examples of missing functions. Users with an Apple M1 system who require these features can still use the x86 build through Rosetta 2 emulation.
Adobe is also releasing two new features for the iPad version of Photoshop. Users can now view the version history of cloud documents. Each document also has a version history. Users can view up to 60 days of this version history and restore the old version. So that they remain permanently available. Photoshop for iPad users can also access cloud documents offline with the latest version