Adobe Photoshop is now natively available on Mac M1


Since the abandonment of Intel’s chips for its clean, Apple’s Mac M1s get optimized applications all the time that tend to perform better than those put through its Rosetta 2 emulator. Today marks another major native version with the official release of Photoshop beta pack faster speeds for many tasks. Adobe says the changes should be immediately noticeable from the moment you launch the native app, with the splash screen disappearing in an instant. Overall, the new Mac app can perform tasks up to 1.5 times faster than previous generation systems. In general, this should apply when opening and saving files, performing filters, and calculating heavy operations such as “content-aware fill” and “select a topic”.

However, some of Photoshop’s latest features have yet to make the jump as Adobe wanted to release the native app as quickly as possible. So you’ll have to wait for things like “invite edit cloud documents” and “preselect sync” – or you can revert to Rosetta 2 emulation if you can do without. Adobe quickly adopted Apple’s latest Macs after releasing its Premiere Pro and Lightroom apps for the new range.

In addition to the new M1 app, Adobe is also releasing an update for Photoshop on iPad which contains two new features. They include the cloud document version history, which lets you browse and revert to older files that were automatically saved in the last 60 days, and the ability to upload cloud documents locally so you can work. on offline files. The same functionality also allows you to free up space on your iPad by creating an online-only document.

Additionally, Adobe is adding its “super resolution” feature to Photoshop’s Camera Raw plugin. By leveraging your graphics card, machine learning-based software allows you to magnify an image without losing quality. Super resolution will also soon be available on Lightroom and Lightroom Classic. Adobe sprinkled AI-enhanced Photoshop features, including a tool that lets you beautify yourself landscape images, neural filters that mimic artistic styles and a sky replacement option.

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