Adobe Lightroom ships for M1 Macs (& Windows Arm)
Photoshop is coming
The company also updated us that Photoshop, Lightroom Classicv and Adobe Camera Raw gave all been tested and certified to “work well with Apple Rosetta emulation as we work on Apple M1 native versions of these apps.”
“We intend to ship Apple M1 native versions as soon as they are ready, so stay tuned,” Adobe said.
With this in mind it is probably appropriate to note that beta versions of M1- and Windows ARM-compatible Photoshop are available now… And dream of the performance boost you can expect in future years as Apple Silicon design improves.
- ProRAW format support. You’ll be able to import and edit images taken in the Apple ProRAW format in the December updates to Camera Raw, Lightroom Classic, or Lightroom (desktop, iOS, Android, lightroom.adobe.com). ProRAW is built using the Adobe DNG file format and specification. Please click here for more information
- New Lightroom widgets for iOS14. Quickly take photos and selfies using the Lightroom camera, explore Discover Edits and In-app tutorials from the Widgets screen. You can even drag these onto the Home screen for easier access. (Lightroom iOS only, requires iOS14 and later)
- The free Lightroom Starter plan is now available for Lightroom desktop (Mac and Win). Available only in Australia and New Zealand, new customers can start for free and use core Lightroom features, such as the Sensei-based Auto or the Light and Color editing sliders, without a subscription or trial limits. Check it out here!