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Adobe Apple explains the movement of silicon and highlights the performance benefits

Adobe Apple explains the movement of silicon and highlights the performance benefits

The most famous photo editor in the world is Adobe Photoshop Updated this week with local support for Apple Silicon Max. In an interview with Photoshop Product Manager Mark Tom The computer world How the company is updating its applications for the M1 Max and what are the real benefits of this change.

We already know that the updated app with full support for the M1 chip will have the best performance, not to mention the high power performance – which is great for MacBook users. However, according to Tom, Photoshop runs 50% faster on the M1 MacBook than the previous generation Intel MacBook.

The difference is even more noticeable compared to the old Intel Macs. According to Adobe, upgrading a complex program like Photoshop to a new site is not easy, but upgrades for users are very important.

Major reproduction of the Apple silicon process requires investment on behalf of the developers. However, as we have shown in the case of Photoshop, this can lead to significant performance improvements for users. […] We compared the M1 MacBook to a similarly built-in previous generation MacBook that found Photoshop to run 50% faster than native devices in native mode.

Photoshop’s product manager recalls that Mac users have had this app for more than 30 years, and Adobe was already seeing another important change when switching from Apple Power PC to Intel processors. Since Photoshop is one of the most used tools by professionals, it is necessary to update the app with the latest and best features of Adobe.

The more complex the program, the more engineers have to rewrite it to a new site at once. According to Tom, the Rosetta 2 technology helped the Photoshop team set the schedule for the M1-enabled update. He also praised Apple’s development tools, saying they enable Apple to “seamlessly transition” Silicon from Intel applications.

Thanks to Apple’s Rosetta mode, Photoshop was able to work reliably and quickly on M1 devices on the first day, without major changes to the coding platform. Many of the functions ran faster or faster than the previous ones, so the previous performance questions were solved very satisfactorily.

Currently, only Photoshop and Lightroom can run native versions on the M1 Max. The company is also working on updates for Premiere Pro, Premiere Rush and Audition with Apple Silicon support, which are currently available as beta applications for Creative Cloud subscribers.

You can read the full interview with Mark Tom on the website The computer world Website.

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