Macbook M1 / Bg Sur Compatibility


#1
  1. Has anyone tried Axure RP 9 with Big Sur and M1 (macbook pro, macbook air, mac mini)?
  2. Any timeline for an M1 native code version of Axure RP 9?

I’m currently on a 2016 macbook pro 15", a beefy computer yet slugish for Axure. In theory even a Rosetta version of the app on an M1 will run faster. In practice I’ve seen a lot of talk of instability on Big Sur.


#2

I have installed it and I run Axure.
I didn’t load ant rp yet or even try to login with my account to see full cycle.
Hope that will help you.
Enjoy M1 speed but you need to expect a few crashes in some Apps until stability is reached.


#3

Its actually working fine but not like other native apps for m1 Macs
hope Axure team release an update for m1 Macs Axure


#4

I run it for a few weeks… it works - kind - of ok, but not very performant. Had some occasional weird issues (e.g. copy images out of Axure and paste it in any other app led to those apps to crash).


#5

That sounds similar to Axure RP on my intel MBP 15". Hopefully when they do the m1 upgrade they also fix some of the general mac OS instability.


#6

It can run on a Mac with M1 chip, but the performance is affected, most intuitively, when dragging a certain component, it always feels that the frame rate is not enough, and there is a lag.


#7

I’m on a M1 Macbook Air, and Axure runs great… for a while. I have to shut it down and reopen it as it slowly grabs more and more memory like Chrome on steroids. I’ve seen it with 32+GB. And MacOS starts to flip out and do some really weird stuff.


#8

There may also be an issue with Big Sur regardless of M1/Intel -> I have crashes in check-in procedures of team files with Big Sur (on an Intel based Macbook Pro)


#9

Addendum: Removal of Symantec Protection Suite and replacing it with Microsoft ATP solved that check-in issue (if there is 100% correlation I can’t tell for sure of course)


#10

我们需要M1,目前运行太卡顿了,希望可以出M1 适配的Axure