Our latest updates unleash the performance of M1
Astropad and Luna Display are buttery smooth on the new M1 MacBook Air.— Matt Ronge (@mronge) November 17, 2020
The performance is amazing.
What’s M1 Apple Silicon?
Last week, Apple unveiled the new M1 chip, the first computer chip designed specifically for the Mac:
- The world’s fastest CPU core in low-power silicon
- The best CPU performance per watt of any computer chip
- The world’s fastest integrated graphics in a personal computer
- Breakthrough machine learning performance with the Apple Neural Engine
The M1 chip is available in the new MacBook Air, 13-inch MacBook Pro, and Mac mini. → Learn more about M1.
Here in the Astropad labs, we’re working on adding Apple Silicon support to our products and the results are phenomenal!— 🚀 Astropad (@Astropad) November 17, 2020
Check out this video of Luna Display running on the M1 MacBook Air streaming in Mac to Mac mode, it’s like butter! pic.twitter.com/67i4uTgWQr
Astropad and Luna Display are “buttery smooth” on M1
Our latest software update features native support for Apple’s new M1 Macs. This update is available today in Astropad Studio 3.6, Astropad Standard 3.6, and Luna Display 4.4.
Take a look at the performance improvements we saw when running Astropad and Luna on M1:
How to Update: Astropad Studio and Standard 3.6 & Luna Display 4.4
This update is only for the Astropad and Luna Mac apps. If your Mac app doesn’t automatically update, you can download the latest version here: