Zoom version adapted for Apple M1 processor coming out today

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Last updated on December 8th, 2022 at 02:41 pm

Zoom version adapted for Apple M1 processor coming out today

Many were sceptical about Apple’s new computers based on proprietary ARM chipsets. However, most of the developers have already adapted or adapting their software products for the new platform. Popular video calling service Zoom will join them today.


The document, discovered by experts from the reputable online publication 9to5Mac, contains notes for the Zoom update, which will be released today. The most significant innovation in the new software version will be native support for the Apple M1 ARM

processor. In addition, Zoom will release a separate installer for the ARM version of the app. In addition, the update includes cloud contacts integration, the ability to “raise a hand” for the host, and many less significant changes.

Although support for Apple’s proprietary processor will undoubtedly please owners of computers based on the M1 chip, it is worth noting that the x86 version of the program works fine when launched via the Rosetta 2 emulator. However, Zoom for Mac computers based on Apple chips should improve the application’s power consumption situation.

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