Tag Archives: ARM

App updates support Apple Silicon

These apps will now run natively on Apple’s M1 chip:

All of them are available as downloads from the links above, and all but PreviewMarkdown, which is available from the Mac App Store, can be installed and updated through Homebrew.

Apple Silicon survival notes — day one with an ARM Mac

You have to take your hat off to Apple: it knows how to transition from one processor architecture to another, completely incompatible one. It did it in the mid-1990s with the switch from the Motorola 680×0 series to PowerPC, then again a decade or so later when it put Intel inside new Macs. Now we get ARM.

Apple Silicon ARM-based MacBook Pro
ARM-our plated
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Review: Imagination Technologies’ MIPS Creator CI20

Time was when chip makers’ processor evaluation boards were well beyond the reach of ordinary mortals. That didn’t matter, of course: ordinary mortals weren’t interested in small, nude motherboards designed to help designers of embedded systems judge a microprocessor’s suitability for the application they were working on.

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