Microsoft has announced that Microsoft Teams has been optimised for Apple Silicon and the new update is now rolling out to customers after undergoing beta testing.
Microsoft Teams has gone native, more than two years after it discreetly launched its private test and three months after the first Apple Silicon apps. The office tool, which is comparable to Zoom and Slack, is now accessible in a version that makes use of the M1 and M2 processor.
Teams formerly needed Apple’s Rosetta 2 emulator in order to function on Apple Silicon Macs. Apps must be created to run directly on Apple silicon or they will not function at all once Apple stops including that emulator.
The business wrote in a blog post, “We heard from our customers who use Mac with Apple Silicon that they want Teams to be optimised for their devices”.
All Mac users “rolling out a production grade Universal Binary version of Teams,” according to Microsoft, who is now “will be automatically upgraded with their most recent update to Teams,” though this will happen “over the coming months.”
The business hasn’t disclosed Apple Silicon support for the similar Skype, which Microsoft bought in 2011.
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