Recently, Apple released MacBook Pro based on M1 pro/M1 Max Chip. Because M1 chip are ARM architecture based, many Intel based software can only be used after translation. This will increase the performance consumption and reduce the operation efficiency.
So please try to choose native software that supports Apple M1 chip. Many similar software already support MAC architecture, but Axure RP 10 downloaded from Axure's official website is still based on Intel Architecture.
In fact, as early as August, Axure released the version supporting M1 chip in the forum. Up to now, it is still in the testing stage and has not been pushed on a large scale. Users who want to try the new feature can download it.
The following is from the official forum:
We are happy to share that we now have an Axure RP 10 build with native support for Mac computers with Apple silicon! This means that RP 10 does not have to be translated via Rosetta 2 in order to run on the new Apple architecture.
This build will be officially available for download from our website in the coming weeks, but in the meantime you can beta test by downloading the .dmg from the following link:
This build is the same as our current release candidate for Axure RP 10, build 3840. You can find release notes for this build, or download the Windows or Intel-based Mac versions at the forum thread here:
Please note that this is a Beta version, so some unexpected behavior may occur. If you have a Mac computer with Apple silicon and decide to try the new native Arm build for RP 10, we’d love to hear from you. Please submit any feedback or issues to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Not sure if your Mac computer has Apple silicon? Learn how to check your chip / processor here: https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT211814
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