Microsoft today announced that it is producing a universal binary version of its Teams app, which means it will now run natively on the entire Mac lineup and is fully optimized for Apple silicon.
“We’ve heard from our customers who use Macs with Apple silicon that they want the team to optimize for their devices,” the company wrote in a blog post.
Have you heard what’s coming soon to the teams?
— Microsoft Teams (@MicrosoftTeams)
The updated Teams app will bring a significant increase in performance for all Mac users, ensuring efficient use of device resources and ensuring an optimized team experience even when using multiple high-resolution monitors.
Microsoft is committed to innovation and committed to the Mac, so we’re excited to bring it to our Mac users.
We’re excited about the team’s innovations for our Mac user community and we’d love to hear your feedback about your experience using our latest features.
All Mac users will automatically upgrade to Teams with their latest update.
A generally available (GA) version of the Native Teams app on Macs with Apple Silicon is rolling out to customers with an increase in the coming months.
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