Last week, Apple in its ‘One More Thing’ event unveiled its first ARM-based Apple Silicon Apple M1 SoC for the new MacBook Air, Mac Mini and MacBook Pro 13-inch. In the same event, the Cupertino Giant mentioned the app compatibility on these new chips like Photoshop support for Apple Silicon will be released in the upcoming weeks.
Meanwhile Adobe today, published a blog post quoting “We are excited to announce the first Beta release of Photoshop running natively on Apple Silicon hardware! This early version of Photoshop for Apple Silicon offers many of the core Photoshop features that you’ve come to rely on for your day to day editing needs, and we’ll be adding more features in the weeks to come. Note that Beta software is not officially supported yet by Adobe, but we want to hear from you, and this is the place to let us know how it’s going.”
Although Adobe Photoshop for Apple Silicon machine is still in beta. So, it only packs the very core features of Adobe’s photo editing software. Sadly, Adobe has clarified that Photoshop x86 version is not officially compatible with Rosetta 2. But we are assured that Adobe will bring the full-fledged version of the Creative Cloud Suite to Apple’s ARM-based SOC soon.