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MacBook with M1 ARM compatibility

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MacBook with M1 ARM compatibility

Hello,

 

Is there any plan to support MacBook running MacOS Big Sur 11.0 with M1 ARM chips?

 

I've tried installing the latest r9 version but it doesn't work.

 

Later edit: it worked after waiting 10 minutes, it think it translated it via rosetta 2.

 

Kind regards,

Danut

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Moderator

Re: MacBook with M1 ARM compatibility

thank you for the update that it appears to have translated successfully using rosetta2
if you have not already done so, please work with your account team for an enhancement request/notification to the product team that you are interested
i know it should be obvious to them; but the more names attached to the request, the better
New Contributor

Re: MacBook with M1 ARM compatibility

At what point did you have to wait? I am running version 9.1.8 and it seems to run smoothly until I try to connect and I get stuck on "Securing Connection" and the application times out. 

New Contributor

Re: MacBook with M1 ARM compatibility

At what point did you have to wait? I am running version 9.1.8 on a MacBook Pro M1 and it seems to run smoothly until I try to connect and I get stuck on "Securing Connection" and the application times out. 

Moderator

Re: MacBook with M1 ARM compatibility

we are working on investigating an issue with the M1 & Pulse
please open a case with our support team