Adobe Illustrator, InDesign, and Lightroom Classic natively support Apple M1 chips
Following Photoshop's native support for Apple's M1 chip in March 2021, Adobe announced that Illustrator, InDesign, and Lightroom Classic also have native support for the M1 processor. In addition, Premiere Pro has also been released in beta for M1 processors.
Adobe Illustrator and InDesign will run natively on Apple Silicon: Create faster and more efficiently than ever before
Premiere Pro Beta on Apple M1: The results are in
Adobe launches M1 Mac-native versions of Lightroom Classic and more --The Verge
The 'M1' chip was announced in November 2020 as the first Apple-developed SoC 'Apple Sillicon'. The M1 chip features a dramatic improvement in performance per watt compared to the SoCs used in traditional Macs.
Introducing the first Apple Silicon 'M1' chip, equipped with the world's fastest CPU manufactured by 5nm process --GIGAZINE
Photoshop natively supports M1 Mac, with some exceptions-GIGAZINE
Adobe is moving forward with support for Macs equipped with this M1 chip, and will first support natively in the beta version of Photoshop in November 2020. Then, in December 2020, Lightroom will be natively supported. In March 2021, we released the official version of Photoshop natively compatible with the M1 chip.
Announced this time is native support for Illustrator, InDesign, Lightroom Classic, and Premiere Pro beta M1 chips.
It has been reported that Illustrator has 4 times faster startup speed and 390% improvement in scrolling performance when editing complex vectors.
InDesign also reports that opening files with many graphics is 185% faster and scrolling performance is 78% better.
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