A subsidiary of Apple, Clairs (a custom iPhone and iPad creating platform), and Notability (a popular note-taking app) have announced native support for M1 Apple Silicon to offer enhanced performance.
Launched in 2020, the custom-built M1 Apple Silicon now powers 12-inch MacBook Air, 13-inch MacBook Pro, Mac mini, 24-inch iMac, and iPad Pro models (11-inch and 12.9-inch). So far, the Apple Silicon has received great reviews for delivering incredible high performance and revolutionary battery life. Apple’s senior vice president of Hardware Technologies, Johny Srouji calls first-generation Apple Silicon a processor like no other.
“There has never been a chip like M1, our breakthrough SoC for the Mac. It builds on more than a decade of designing industry-leading chips for iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch, and ushers in a whole new era for the Mac. When it comes to low-power silicon, M1 has the world’s fastest CPU core, the world’s fastest integrated graphics in a personal computer, and the amazing machine learning performance of the Apple Neural Engine. With its unique combination of remarkable performance, powerful features, and incredible efficiency, M1 is by far the best chip we’ve ever created.”
Claris FileMaker platform and Notability app are now optimized for M1 Apple Silicon
Claris FileMaker Go allows developers to build purpose-based iPhone and iPad apps that are “ideal for mobile teams in the field or away from a desk. Check inventory in the warehouse, create invoices during client visits, perform inspections onsite, and much more.” So that, from digitally transforming organizations’ processes and technology to eliminating countless hours of manual work for businesses of all sizes worldwide. Now the low-code platform supports M1 Apple Silicon offers more powerful, secure, open, and extensible tools and capabilities to developers.
Claris FileMaker Pro and Claris FileMaker Server are the first low-code universal macOS binaries that ensure optimized performance on Apple silicon computers while still offering amazing speed on Intel-based Mac computers.
In addition, Clairs FileMaker Pro 19.3 update also brings improvements to Edge and Claris FileMaker Server.
- Microsoft Edge for Windows: The latest Microsoft Edge WebView2 control replaces Internet Explorer 11 (IE11), which eliminates potential security concerns and ensures full FileMaker extensibility on Windows.
- Significant server enhancements: Introducing Ubuntu, the most popular Linux distribution worldwide; the return of an enhanced log viewer; and many more server fixes and under-the-hood functionality that boost performance, flexibility, stability, and security.
Ranking high in the productivity category in Mac App Store, the paid Notability app has won Apple’s Editor’s Choice Award. The app composes handwritten digital notes with audio which allows users to jot down lectures, drawings, study materials, and more quickly and efficiently. And as a universal app, Notability is now optimized for Apple Silicon and Intel-based Macs.
Ginger Labs, the maker of the best-selling note-taking app Notability, today announced that Notability now runs natively on Macs with Apple’s powerful M1 chip. Building on its recent unveiling of a new Notability app using Apple’s Mac Catalyst technology, this new update for M1 results in significantly faster performance, up to 50 percent.
Notability is available on the App Store for $8.99 with in-app purchases ranging from $0.99 and $2.99. It is compatible with iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, and Mac and requires iOS 13.0 or later and macOS 10.5 or later. Claris FileMaker can be purchased from Claris.com.
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