Adobe Photoshop for macOS now runs natively on the M1

Adobe has announced that the macOS version of Photoshop has been updated to natively support the ARM-based Apple M1 chip on the latest Mac models. Native support means that the application no longer has to run within the built-in emulation software (known as Rosetta 2), which improves performance.

According to Adobe, the native Apple silicon version of Photoshop runs on average 1.5x faster than “similarly configured previous generation systems”. This was tested over a wide range of tasks such as opening and saving files, running filters, and compute-heavy operations like Content-Aware Fill…

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