Articles tagged "m1"

5 big improvements (probably) coming to Apple's next MacBook Pro

Apple's next-generation MacBook Pros are just around the corner, and the rumor mill is churning with hopes, dreams and speculation. In that vein, we've put together a list of the five most important photo and video editing features that are (probably) coming to the Mac very soon.

iFixit gives the new 24" M1 iMac a proper teardown treatment with a 2/10 repairability score

Despite it being easier to access and there being relatively modular components, the inability to change the internal storage and memory inside the new M1-powered iMac keeps its repairability score low.

Capture One announces native M1 support, promises significant performance improvements

Capture One's R&D team has been hard at work redesigning Capture One for M1 Macs. After many months of work, native M1 support is ready, and it promises huge performance gains.

Luminar AI Update 3: Apple M1 support, better Sky AI and improved workflow

Skylum released the third major update to its Luminar AI software since releasing the flagship photo editor late last year. The update adds Apple M1 support, improved performance, better usability and more.

Report: TSMC has started production of Apple's next-generation M-series chipset

Nikkei Asia has reported Apple supplier TMSC has started production of Apple's next-generation M-series chipset, with the first units expected to ship in July for use in a computer expected before the end of the year.

Apple's new M1-powered iPad Pros have Thunderbolt, 5G and a 'Liquid Retina XDR display' for the 12.9" model

In addition to putitng its new M1 chipset inside both the 11" and 12.9" iPad Pros, Apple has also thrown in a Thunderbolt port and 5G connectivity. The 12.9" iPad also receives a new 'Liquid Retina XDR display' with a claimed 1,600-nits peak brightness for HDR content.

Apple announces new 24" M1-powered iMacs in an array of bright new colors

Apple has given its iMac lineup a design refresh for the first time in nearly a decade and tossed in its new M1 chipset first seen in its MacBook Air, MacBook Pro and Mac Mini computers late last year.

Adobe updates Premiere Rush and Premiere Pro, adding Apple M1 support to Rush and more

Adobe has released the April 2021 versions of its popular video-editing applications, Premiere Rush and Premiere Pro.

Blackmagic Design adds Apple M1 support to DaVinci Resolve 17 and Fusion 17 apps

After announcing DaVinci Resolve 17 in November and fully releasing the final public build last month, Blackmagic Design has updated Resolve and Fusion to version 17.1. The new update adds native support for Apple's M1 Macs.

Adobe brings native M1 support to Premiere Pro, Premiere Rush and Audition with new public betas

The public betas, which have known issues and won't work with all third-party add-ons, are the first to natively run on Apple's new M1-powered computers.

DxO PhotoLab version 4.1 released, now optimized for Apple M1 support and more

DxO PhotoLab 4.0 launched in October. After a couple minor updates, version 4.1 has been released. It includes additional camera support, fixes, improvements and Apple M1 compatibility.

Adobe Lightroom is now native for both Apple M1, Windows Arm platforms

The latest version of Adobe Lightroom adds native support for Apple M1-powered computers, as well as Qualcomm Snapdragon-powered Windows 10 Arm devices.

Adobe apps not officially supported on Apple's M1 chips using Rosetta 2, but native versions are coming

Following Apple's presentation on November 10 during which the company showed the first three Macs built on Apple silicon, Adobe announced that it is not officially supporting its apps on Rosetta 2 emulation. However, native Apple silicon versions of Lightroom and Photoshop are on the way.

Step aside, Intel: Apple shows off its first Macs powered by its new M1 chipset

At its 'One more thing' virtual keynote, Apple showed off its M1 SoC, the company's first chipset designed specifically for its Mac lineup, which is at the heart of its new MacBook Air, Mac Mini and 13" MacBook Pro computers.