It’s time to drop apps that don’t support Apple Silicon natively

Developers have had a year from the first shipments of Apple Silicon hardware and even longer than that if you consider the changes Apple has made over the last several years, so if they haven’t yet made native software, it’s time to question just how much you can rely on any Mac support from them in the future.

You can look, but you still won't find every Mac app running natively on Apple SiliconYou can look, but you still won’t find every Mac app running natively on Apple Silicon

The time to cut your losses is before you have to. At some point, Apple is going to cease supporting Rosetta 2 on Apple Silicon, and when it does, all non-native apps will cease to work.

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