Learn which Adobe apps run natively on Apple computers that use the Apple silicon M1 chip.
The following apps run natively on Apple M1 computers.
We continue to test and optimize other apps for Apple computers that use the M1 chip.
You can install the following apps on Apple M1 computers using Rosetta 2 technology. The apps may initially take longer to open while Rosetta 2 translates them for use in your M1 computer.
Note: Ensure that Rosetta 2 has already been installed on user machines when deploying apps for an enterprise or when using stand-alone installers.
You can install Rosetta 2 by launching any installed Intel-based app on your M1 computer. Alternatively, you can open Terminal and run the following command:
You can download these apps on your M1 device directly from creativecloud.adobe.com/apps. The Creative Cloud desktop app automatically installs with your app.
Yes, you can install plug-ins or extensions on Apple M1 computers from the Stock and Marketplace tab in the Creative Cloud desktop app.
Note: Photoshop only supports the new plug-ins (based on UXP, under Plugins in the menu) natively on Apple M1 computers. If you want to use legacy plug-ins (under Window in the menu), run Photoshop in the Rosetta mode. If you are a developer, check if you can migrate your plug-ins from CEP to UXP.
We provide support for the apps listed above. We haven't certified other Adobe apps yet and don't support their use on M1 devices. For best results, run all other Adobe apps only on operating systems and hardware platforms noted in the system requirements.
We recommend reinstalling the apps on your new computer instead of migrating them using Migration Assistant. If you still want to use Migration Assistant, deselect the option to migrate applications or uninstall your Adobe apps before migrating.
Already used the Migration Assistant? Run the CC Cleaner Tool to remove Adobe apps and components that were copied to the new computer. Once the applications are entirely removed, you can install your Adobe apps on your new computer.
Yes. We have no plans to stop support for Apple devices with Intel processors.
Select Apple menu () > About This Mac. The name of the chip in your computer is displayed next to Chip.