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PDFelement Ready for Apple’s M1 Chip

2020-12-21 14:49:38 • Filed to: Tips of macOS • Proven solutions

As Apple unleashes M1 chips into Mac systems worldwide, we at PDFelement are glad to inform you that our beta program aimed at running PDFelement effectively on the Apple M1 Mac chipset is producing astounding results.

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Our beta testers' feedback provided us with enough proof that our software is ready to be used on the newly improved apple silicon M1 chipset. The flawless coding base of the PDFelement made our first universal build on the M1 chip good.

Now running on the macOS Big Sur, you can create, edit, and annotate your PDF files with ease. Surprisingly, it didn't take as much effort as we thought it would. It was as simple as integrating PDFelement's source code into the Xcode 12 Beta chip, choosing the universal architecture, and organizing the entire thing.

However, we do not plan on stopping here. We've set big plans to make sure Macintosh users get the best out of using PDFelement on the M1 machine. Moving on, we can only be proud of the unique features we're laying down for the future of PDFelement. We hope that on this journey, you get to experience these amazing integrations and more.

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Audrey Goodwin

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