Axure RP 10 - with native support for Apple silicon (Arm-based) machines is here!



Hi everyone,

We are happy to share that we now have an Axure RP 10 build with native support for Mac computers with Apple silicon! This means that RP 10 does not have to be translated via Rosetta 2 in order to run on the new Apple architecture.

This build will be officially available for download from our website in the coming weeks, but in the meantime you can beta test by downloading the .dmg from the following link:

This build is the same as our current release candidate for Axure RP 10, build 3840. You can find release notes for this build, or download the Windows or Intel-based Mac versions at the forum thread here:

Please note that this is a Beta version, so some unexpected behavior may occur. If you have a Mac computer with Apple silicon and decide to try the new native Arm build for RP 10, we’d love to hear from you. Please submit any feedback or issues to

Not sure if your Mac computer has Apple silicon? Learn how to check your chip / processor here:

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When will it be released?


Is there any plan to release the ARM version?




Hi everyone,

We recently released an update for the Apple Silicon build of Axure RP 10. In this build, we’ve upgraded to .NET 6 for improved performance.

If you have already installed the Apple Silicon version, you can access the latest build via Help > Check for Updates (with “Include beta channel builds” selected).

If you run into any bugs or unexpected behavior with this version, please report them to

Thank you all for your feedback. We look forward to making the Apple Silicon version fully live soon!


Anyone else getting repeated delays on the M1 machine, with the regular build?

Almost every action I take now, there’s a 20-30 second delay with a spinning beachball. Absolutely infuriating and making it impossible to meet reasonable deadlines.

I’d prefer not to “upgrade” to the beta M1 version for fear that it might be worse.


Hi @istalvies,

Thank you for writing in. Sorry to hear you’re running into slowness on the M1 machine with the regular RP build.

Please note that the 2 builds (Apple Silicon and Intel) can be installed side-by-side if you choose “Keep Both” when running the installer for the Apple Silicon build so that it doesn’t replace the Intel build on your machine.

You can access the stable Apple Silicon build here:

Or you can use the original link at the top of this thread to download the most recent Apple Silicon beta build which utilizes .NET 6.

If you still prefer not to try the Apple Silicon builds at this time, please feel free to reach out to for help troubleshooting.