Adobe Photoshop now on M1 chip powered Macs, Super Resolution in Adobe Camera Raw, and Adobe’s video March 2021 release1 min readReading Time: < 1 minute
Adobe announced that Photoshop now runs natively on Macs powered by the M1 Chip. The version will take advantage of the improvements to offer speedier selections, filters and performance boosts to users. Adobe’s internal tests showed a wide range of features running an average of 1.5X the speed of similarly configured previous generation systems.
Adobe has also released the new Super Resolution feature in the Adobe Camera Raw plugin in Photoshop. The plugin uses pioneering machine learning technology to boost the resolution of an image with one click, producing higher quality results than ever before.
Photoshop on the iPad will receive two new key features. Cloud Documents Version History will allow users to browse and revert to up to 60 days of their history, with versions that can be bookmarked to prevent expiration, renamed, and saved permanently. Cloud Documents offline access allow users to select the Cloud Documents they want to store locally and access while offline.
Additionally, Adobe’s video March 2021 release looks to empower modern creators through a slew of performance updates to After effects, Photoshop, and Premiere Pro. Find out more here.