Video conferencing platform Zoom is set to roll out a new update that will offer support for the latest Apple Silicon Macs that power the M1 MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, and Mac mini. This was discovered in the release notes of the update that is set to be rolled out on December 21. “Support for Apple Silicon processors – Zoom desktop clients will better support computers with ARM CPUs. A separate installer is available for download in the Zoom Download Center,” says Zoom in its release notes. Since Zoom is a go-to tool for video conferences — personal and professional — this seems to be a significant update for owners of the new Mac gadgets. Apart from this feature, the update is also set to come with enhanced cloud contact integration for chat/call features. It is also supposed to bring aboard an improved grouping of security options when scheduling, launch an external app or a URL for incoming calls and more. Here are the complete release notes for the upcoming Zoom update: New and enhanced features * General features * Support for Apple Silicon processors Zoom desktop clients will better support computers with ARM CPUs. A separate installer is available… Read full this story
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