Microsoft Teams on Mac Is Now Optimized for Apple Silicon | Sync Up


It’s been over two years since Apple’s groundbreaking Silicon chips hit the market, and most tech enthusiasts are still in awe of how well these chips handle native Mac apps. But now, Microsoft is rolling out updates to Teams, making it one of the top performing meeting tools on the platform. We’ll give you a breakdown of Microsoft Team’s newest update as we sit down and sync up with Rocket IT’s weekly technology update.

Sync Up With This Week’s Technology News
In this episode, you’ll hear about:

  • Microsoft Team’s previous issues on new Macs with silicon chips
  • How Microsoft Teams has been optimized for Apple’s M1 and M2 chips
  • Why some apps are slow on newer Macs and MacBooks
  • When to expect Microsoft Team’s newest update to hit your Mac
  • How to run Microsoft Teams natively on Macs right now
Host: Chris Swinson

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