Teams is already compatible with Apple Silicon processors

The Redmond giant has been working on a native version of Microsoft Teams for Apple processors, the M1 and M2, for some time. Coincidentally, we saw how they prioritized Teams development on Qualcomm ARM processors. And then later they already went to work on Apple processors.

Microsoft Teams already works natively on Apple M1 and M2

Microsoft has tested a version of Microsoft Teams optimized for Apple M1 or Apple M2 Macs. It’s been in beta for a while, but now the big time has come. The company has officially announced a native Microsoft Teams app for Macs with Apple Silicon processors. This will be gradually rolled out to customers over the coming months.

Unsurprisingly, the news indicates that those of you with Apple M1 or Apple M2 powered Macs should expect better app performance. Indeed, the application will no longer work under Apple’s Rosetta 2 emulation.

“For Mac users, this indicates a significant improvement in performance, ensuring efficient use of device resources and an optimized Teams experience, even when using multiple high-resolution monitors during calls or meetings”Microsoft explained.

From Microsoft they say that all Mac users will be automatically updated with the latest Teams update. However, he did not provide a specific date. Teams joins OneDrive and Microsoft Office, as well as Microsoft Edge, all of which are also optimized for Apple’s ARM-based processors. The tech giant sees a better view of optimizing its apps for Apple’s ARM processors by being able to use said development for Windows on ARM. A way to make better use of resources and develop everything for ARM.

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