ExpressVPN has rolled out a new update for its macOS client that finally brings native support for Macs with Apple silicon. This will enable Apple M1 and Apple M2-powered Macs to fully utilize the app’s capabilities. The updated client is said to offer a performance boost as well as improve battery life. Apple Silicon Macs are relatively new, initially being introduced in 2020. They are claimed to offer significantly better CPU and GPU performance. However, not many apps have yet offered native support for these chips.
ExpressVPN released v11.5.0 Version client for macOS on Wednesday. It brings native support for Apple M1 and M2 chips. The update is claimed to offer better performance and efficient battery consumption. ExpressVPN claims that its latest Mac client will be compatible with older generation Intel-based Apple computers.
Apple silicon Macs have only been out for a few years. There seem to be a number of apps that do not provide native support for Apple silicon chips. These apps are ‘translated’ via Rosetta 2 to run on Apple silicon. The translated app is said to not work to the best of its capabilities.
The Cupertino company earlier this year launched the Apple M2-powered MacBook Air (2022) and MacBook Pro (2022) in June. The Apple M2 is the successor to the first generation chip that was launched with the MacBook Air (M1, 2020). This new Apple silicon chip is claimed to offer up to 18 percent better CPU performance and up to 35 percent better GPU performance. The Apple M2 is also equipped with Secure Enclave, which enables users to connect external displays with up to 6K resolution.
Earlier this year in June, ExpressVPN removed its VPN servers from India after it decided not to comply with the government’s directive to store user data for at least five years and share it with authorities upon request. did.
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