The new trial version of Photoshop will allow owners of devices: (Surface Pro X) Surface Pro X from Microsoft, or (MacBook Pro) MacBook Pro, (MacBook Air) MacBook Air, or (Mac mini) the new Mac mini that works with a processor (M1) M1 from Apple, running Photoshop without the need for simulations on their devices, noting that Photoshop simulations are currently running on Windows devices that use (ARM) processors, or through the (Rosetta) platform from Apple on the system Mac OS X.
The original versions of Photoshop for both Windows and Mac OS are expected to greatly improve performance, and it comes just in time for Apple, which launched the first Macs to feature an ARM-based processor. And because the program is still in the beta phase, there are a lot of toolkits missing, as features such as: Content Perceived Fill, Correction Tool, Healing Brush, and other features are not currently available in the beta version.
Adobe mentioned a number of known issues for both Windows and Mac OS, but indicated that new features will be added in the coming weeks. The trial version still doesn’t officially support daily workloads yet, and it can only be accessed from the Experimental Applications tab in Creative Cloud desktop software. Adobe did not mention when the other Creative Cloud software will be launched for ARM processors, but Photoshop is a big push for ARM devices.
Besides Photoshop support, Announced Game maker Blizzard also said World of Warcraft will run without emulation on Macs that use ARM processors.