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June brings massive updates Adobe Creative Cloud With Suite and Illustrator, Lightroom, Lightroom Classic, and InDesign joining Photoshop as original software on Apple M1, you might almost miss that rainbow wheel.

Silicon M1 chip brings significant improvements to the Mac and MacBooks, and new comprehensive research supports this. Adobe shared with Design TAXI that in the tests performed Pfeiffer Consulting Between the new M1 MacBook Pro and an otherwise similar Intel-powered MacBook Pro at a similar price, the performance of the M1 MacBook Pro Illustrator increased by 65%. At the same time, InDesign users can expect a 59 percent improvement in performance on the M1 Mac, where the app now works naturally.

Pfeiffer Consulting said it performed 774 individual benchmark tests consisting of an “extensive time-consuming task” over “seven essential Creative Cloud applications,” namely Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, XD, Premiere Pro, Lightroom, and Lightroom Classic.

Photoshop with been running natively M1 on Macs since March apparently exceeds 89% of the performance increase on a computer running an Apple-designed chip compared to an identical Intel version. More specifically, Content-Aware Fill is 200% more productive in the newer model, while the Select Subject tool is 156% higher.

The company found that the entity operates on average “more than 80% faster using the Apple M1 system compared to an identically configured Intel system.” It’s almost twice as fast, and it’s awesome impressive. If you want to see the full report, head here.

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