The penultimate week of December 2020 begins, we are a few days before Christmas and the video calling season is approaching, but now in times of pandemic, for the benefit of users it has been confirmed that the widely used Zoom application comes to Macs with Apple Silicon and then we will tell you all about it.
This is great news for all users, from the headquarters of the popular video conferencing application Zoom announced today that their service now will be updated with native support for Mac computers that include the recent Apple Silicon, this will be done thanks to a separate installer that will be released from this day Monday.
This news has been confirmed thanks to a support document from Zoom, which has been reviewed by the 9to5Mac portal, this document mentions release notes for an update scheduled to be released today December 21. This would be quite a notable update since it is support for Apple Silicon processors.
Zoom comes to Macs with Apple Silicon and demonstrates its capabilities with Rosetta 2
The aforementioned update also includes an improved integration of contacts, as we know, contacts are stored in the cloud for chat and call functions, feedback and improved non-verbal reactions, also other functions such as “raise the hand” for the host and the host. co-host will be available now and to all its capacity.
This new update of Zoom with support for Apple Silicon also offers the availability of data on survey reports during the live session and more.
It has also been mentioned that although the native support for Apple Silicon will undoubtedly please the users who acquired the new ones this year. MacBook Air M1, MacBook Pro, or Mac mini, Intel’s proposed version of Zoom running under Rosetta 2 emulation performed surprisingly well according to various sources.
In this way, many users will be happy with this great news since it is ideal for the dates where more we must be cautious with the new disease. For this and other news, we recommend that you enjoy our social networks and follow us on iOSMac the podcast, we are sure you will like it.