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† NOTE: Internet connection, Adobe ID, and acceptance of license agreement required to activate and use this product; the application attempts to validate your software every 30 days for month-to-month members and 99 days for annual members. Photoshop on Apple M1 MacBook 50% faster than on Intel models, Adobe says. Adobe releases a version of its photo-editing software that runs natively on Macs powered by Apple's own processor. 今天,M1 版本 Photoshop 正式脱离 beta 标签,进入稳定版本了。据 Adobe 的说法,M1 版 PS 的处理速度会较原来 x86 版本的快上 1.5 倍!使用者在启动、储存、应用滤镜和处理「内容感知填满」、和「选择物件」等重度运算的工作时,会更加有感。. As of March 2021, Photoshop now runs natively on Apple computers using the Apple Silicon M1 chip with 1.5X the speed of similarly configured previous generation systems.

99 votes, 191 comments. To everyone looking for Photoshop to work on their M1 Mac. Just download the Photoshop 2019 20.0.6 version from here: In.

Your computer must meet the minimum technical specifications outlined below to run and use Lightroom.

December 2020 release (version 4.1) and later

Minimum and recommended system requirements for Lightroom

MinimumRecommended
ProcessorIntel®, AMD, or ARM processor with 64-bit support; 2 GHz or faster processor
Operating systemWindows 10 (64-bit) Version 1903 or later
RAM8 GB 16 GB or more
Hard disk space2 GB of available hard disk space; additional free space is required during installation and sync
Monitor resolution1024 x 768 display1920 x 1080 display or greater
Graphics card
  • GPU with DirectX 12 support
  • 2GB of VRAM
  • GPU with DirectX 12 support
  • 4GB of VRAM for 4K or greater displays
For more information, see the Lightroom GPU FAQ
InternetInternet connection and registration are necessary for required software activation, validation of subscriptions, and access to online services†
MinimumRecommended
ProcessorMulticore Intel® processor with 64-bit support or M1 Apple Silicon processor
Operating systemmacOS Mojave (version 10.14) or later
macOS Big Sur (version 11)
macOS Catalina (version 10.15)
RAM8 GB of RAM 16 GB recommended
Hard disk space

2 GB of available hard disk space; additional free space is required during installation and sync

Lightroom will not install on case-sensitive file systems or removable flash storage devices

Monitor resolution1024 x 768 display1920 x 1080 display or greater
Graphics card
  • GPU with Metal support
  • 2GB of VRAM
  • GPU with Metal support
  • 4GB of VRAM for 4k or greater displays

To find out if your computer supports Metal, see Mac computers that support Metal

For more information, see the Lightroom GPU FAQ

InternetInternet connection and registration are necessary for required software activation, validation of subscriptions, and access to online services†

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Apple M1 Macbook pro tested until failure with Photoshop

I have been testing the new Apple M1 Macbook pro with Photoshop and other applications.

I have to say I’m actually shocked by the performance on this little laptop.

I have been testing the base version with 8Gb of ram. You would think you can barely even run Photoshop with 8 gigs, but this little beast beat out the loaded 16″ MacBook pro with 64Gb of ram in some of my tests. I have been using the native M1 version of Photoshop ARM, as well as Photoshop 2021, and I give you the results of all those tests.

It struggles when I throw a huge 20k 64 layer file at it. But shockingly it is able to process this file. Check out my video reviews to see these different tests and my recommendations.

Jan 2021 Update on Photoshop Beta on M1

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Adobe has released a public beta of the ARM version of Photoshop. It does have some features that are missing, and under development right now, they are.

(I have updated this list with features that are now working in the January 2021 release of Photoshop ARM Beta. I have indicated these with a (working) tag.

Known Issues:

  • Many features are still not available in this version of Photoshop, and some features may experience slow performance. Please refer to the following known issues before submitting feedback.
  • Features NOT PRESENT IN THIS VERSION:
    • (working) Camera RAW
    • (working) Select Sky/Sky Replacement
    • (working) Refine Hair (in Select and Mask)
    • (working) Liquify Filter: Face Aware features
    • OilPaint filter
    • (working) Video timeline and file format support
    • All CEP-based Panels (CC Libraries panel, 3rd party extensions)
    • Adaptive Wide Angle
    • Shake Reduction
    • Face Detection underlying Color Range skin tones and Content Aware Move functions
    • Match Font/Font Similarity
    • Rich Tooltips, Coach marks for Discovery Panel tutorials
    • Microsoft Dial support
    • (working) File Info Panel
    • Layer > Smart Objects > Stack Mode menu item disabled
    • Content Aware Fill
    • Content Aware Scale
    • Content Aware Move
    • Focus Area
    • Auto-Blend Layers
    • (working) Photomerge
    • (working) Spot Healing Brush
    • (working) Patch Tool
    • Healing brush
    • Some File formats not supported:
  • Features present, but with limitations or bugs:
    • Import from Lightroom Photos via the home screen does not work
    • Filter Gallery functions may seem to hang but will eventually succeed
    • All 3D-related functions are limited; either very slow or not fully rendering 3D content; includes 3D printing, 360 panorama editing, normal and bump map filters, Lighting Effects
    • Scrubby Zoom behavior is erratic
    • Changing stroke pixel size not working as expected
    • Opening hundreds of files could cause a crash
    • Several features are running slower on M1 native devices; these will be optimized over time:
      • Select Subject (may have bugs due to misclassification)
      • Object Aware Matting (in Select and Mask)
      • Object Selection
      • Preserve Details 2.0 Upscale (Image Size dialog box

In my tests, Photoshop 2021 is running fine under Rosetta 2, but not quite getting the speed it will under native M1.

I will be testing Lightroom soon and posting the results, as well as comparing the 16Gb version. This new direction for Apple is game changing. We haven’t see this type of performance increase before. On top of that, the way it manages power is something. It has 8 cores, 4 are for performance, and 4 for efficiency. As a result, I found the battery life amazing, more than twice the useable time as any laptop I’ve ever used. To top it off, the machine stayed very cool through all my tests.

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My suggestion is if you need a laptop right now and don’t mind waiting for the native versions of your favorite apps, go ahead and by it, its a great machine. (But first make sure the apps you need will run on this M1).

If you are patient and have a little time, I’d wait for the apps to be running natively, as well as the next Gen. Yes, the next version is alway going to better, no matter when you buy. However, we will see more options in the future including iMac and MacBook Pros with larger screen as well as the Mac Pro eventually running apple silicon. For Pros with heavy lifting, you might wait for a 32 or 64Gb versions, or even the M2. Also I suspect that apple with be redesigning the MacBook pro pretty soon around this chip. Having said that, the design of the current model is very good, with a nice bright retina display and the scissor keyboard (thankfully not the butterfly design which I really dislike).

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