Microsoft has beta tested a version of Microsoft Teams optimized for Apple M1 or Apple M2 Macs, but now the most important moment has arrived. The company has officially announced a native Microsoft Teams app for Apple Silicon Macs, gradually rolling out to customers over the next few months.
As you’d expect, the news means those with Apple M1 or Apple M2-equipped Macs should get better app performance. Indeed, the application will no longer work under Apple’s Rosetta 2 emulation.
“For Mac users, this means a significant performance boost, ensuring efficient use of device resources and an optimized Teams experience even when using multiple high-resolution monitors in calls or meetings,” explained Microsoft.
Microsoft says all Mac users will be automatically upgraded to their latest update to Teams. However, he did not provide a specific date. Teams joins OneDrive and Microsoft Office, as well as Microsoft Edge, all of which are also optimized for m1 Macs.