Microsoft Getting Native Support For Apple M1 Powered Macs

A bunch of new updates for Microsoft office 365 at running and Apple Mac device. Microsoft office shared the development today in the blog post that notes the Microsoft office 365 as including Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, and OneNote are getting universal version an apple Macs with both M1 and Intel processors. Apple Mac users with 13 inch MacBook Pro, M1 powered MacBook Air, and Mac mini can either download the apps via the Apple app store update the exciting version that was running with Rosetta evolution mod. The software giant has announced changes to Outlook for Mac, allowing users to add their iCloud account to the application to organize work and personal emails, calendars, and contacts together.

Microsoft 365 apps for Apple Macs are also getting a new design to match with the interfaces of the Mac OS big Sur. That is universal, so they will continue to run great on Macs with Intel processor, company blog post side. Additionally, the optimized version of the Microsoft Teams video conferencing app for Apple Mac with the M1 processor is also in the works. It details remain unclear at the moment.

Microsoft has also announced a new search box on ‘Tell me’ that “quickly” lets users to the office tools they are looking for on Excel’ Word, PowerPoint, or OneNote for Mac. The availability of the search box is currently unclear. And other features that are coming to Excel include Data from the Picture so that users can take a photo of a table directly from the iPhone to turn it into data that can directly be edited on the platform. It plans to roll out a new dictation toolbar with voice commands for creating content with your voice. This feature will come to Outlook and Word for Macs in early 2021. Finally, users will be able to share calendars in the new Outlook fr Mac soon.

Leave a Comment