BIMcollab Zoom and ARM Mac

BIMcollab Zoom and ARM Mac

In June 2020, Apple announced the transition of CPUs in Macintosh computers from Intel to Apple-designed chips that use the ARM architecture.

Is BIMcollab Zoom compatible with Macs with ARM chipset?

Yes, BIMcollab Zoom 4.2 and later versions are fully compatible with Apple Silicon chips with ARM processor.
Zoom native ARM loads IFC files about 30% faster than Zoom in Intel emulation.

For how long will BIMcollab Zoom support Intel Macs?

BIMcollab Zoom for Intel Macs will be supported as long as Apple supports Intel Macs. Apple usually supports its hardware for 4 to 5 years.


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