January 28, 2021

Apple’s New M1 Macs Land Native Zoom Support

By all accounts, Apple’s new hardware with custom M1 processors is powerful, long-lasting, and quiet. But, M1 processors are ARM-based, and not all software will work natively. Instead, developers need to update programs to work with ARM. Until n...

By all accounts, Apple’s new hardware with custom M1 processors is powerful, long-lasting, and quiet. But, M1 processors are ARM-based, and not all software will work natively. Instead, developers need to update programs to work with ARM. Until now, that meant you had to use Rosetta to make a Zoom call on Apple hardware running an M1 processor. But Zoom’s latest update solves that problem.

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