Apple confirmes that its product Mac will cooperate with Microsoft and Adobe.
Recently, Apple confirmed that due to major changes in software design, macOS, iOS, and iPadOS are all integrated into the interface and experience, so Mac is being migrated to the ARM architecture. At WWDC2020, Apple developed a roadmap from the operating system to hardware and processor. Looking ahead, Apple’s design language between devices and operating systems will be more consistent, and the hardware that supports it will also be more consistent.
The company outlined an innovative transition case-macOS native applications that can already be used with Apple chips, and large software partners such as Microsoft and Adobe can also use ARM shift. Mac applications that are not ready to use Apple chips will be virtualized. Apple CEO Tim Cook said that the transition from Intel to Apple chips will take two years, and the first ARM-based system will be available by the end of this year. He also said that in the foreseeable future, Apple will support Intel-based Macs.