March 8, 2022.
Apple unveils M1 Ultra, its fourth processor in about 2 years.
April 13, 2022.
Still no native support for Apple Silicon in Bridge.
The Bridge dev team is based in India and I get the impression that they are kind of, disconnected maybe, from the rest of the company in San Jose. I'm not surprised, but I'm sure its on their list. There are bugs filed when I was in the pre-release program from years ago that still need to be fixed.
VERY disappointed by no native Apple silicon support for Bridge. PSCC itself was way more complex to do and Adobe should be congratulated for that. But Bridge seems to be ignored. Is there any word from Adobe that they are even working on it?
Hello, you should try the latest Beta version of Bridge: it offers Native support of Apple Silicon: https://community.adobe.com/t5/bridge-discussions/an-update-for-the-adobe-bridge-beta-is-now-availab...
Bongiorno, Bridge 13.0.1 offers native M1 suppport, you should upgrade to that version, but be informed that while it supports a modern UI with multiple content tabs, it has for the moment lost the multiple windows feature. It might be wise to keep a copy of V12 if you need that feature.