MacOS Big Sur: Apple’s new M1 chip will make apps run faster and smoother
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“We’ve optimized all of our apps for M1,” Federighi said.
The M1 chip will also bring increased security, including hardware verified secure boot, automatic high performance encryption for all of your files and MacOS run-time protections. All together, this gives you “the most advanced security of any personal computer,” Federighi said.
MacOS Big Sur also brings universal apps, which can run on an Intel- or M1-based Mac., starting with Lightroom next month and Photoshop early next year.
For the first time ever, you’ll be able to run iPhone and iPad apps directly on your Mac, Federighi said.
MacOS Big Sur rolled out to all users on Thursday. For more, find out, , and all of .