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Adobe Finally Optimizes Illustrator, InDesign And More For M1 Macs

Usman Aslam Written by Usman Aslam · 34 sec read>

In recent news, Adobe is officially launching the M1 native version of Illustrator, InDesign, and Lightroom Classic as a part of its new Creative Cloud updates. These updates include numerous tweaks to a number of applications especially in terms of performance especially knowing the fact that these programs will be utilizing the full power of Apple’s M1 chip.

Moreover, Premiere Pro is already available but is still in beta form while the full version of Audition and Rush are expected to come real soon. According to Adobe, the M1 Macs can run Creative Cloud applications up to 80 percent faster than an Intel-powered computer.

In addition, users are now able to use Lightroom and Lightroom Classic at Super Resolution and can set custom crop aspect ratios. Meanwhile, the Photoshop Express version gets new smooth features with better content-aware healing and caricature modes.

All in all, slowly numerous companies are adjusting their programs and applications to make the most out of the M1 processor.

Written by Usman Aslam
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