Once Microsoft Teams has verified that it is compatible with the Mac, it might at last be a lot simpler.
According to a study (opens in new tab) on the official Microsoft 365 roadmap, the video conferencing service will soon come as a Common Binary Mac, thus it will run natively on all Intel and Apple Silicon based Mac equipment.
Mac customers were forced to use non-native versions of the Microsoft Teams application, thereby allowing Apple's Rosetta 2 translation technology to work on devices with M1 chips, resulting in a functional degradation.
Microsoft Groups for Mac
For the time being, the update is still considered to be in development, but it will be released in September 2022, which means end users would not have to wait as long to get it.
The information follows a preview for Microsoft Teams on Apple Silicon earlier this year, as the business seemed to resolve any issues or bugs right before making any significant progress.
The fact that it is listed as a Common application should help consumers with both equally x86 and Apple Silicon for the past few years, particularly as the second-era M2 chip is unveiled.
Microsoft has been attempting to expand Teams' accessibility for a long time now, in an effort to increase consumer numbers even further.
For the first time, the company has recently disclosed that Groups programs are now readily available (opens in new tab) exterior of the system, with buyers equipped to operate some courses from in its e-mail service Outlook and Business office.com.
Only a few Microsoft Teams applications will be available outside of the regular customer at the very start, some from Microsoft alone (e.g. Electric power BI) and others from third-party distributors like Zoho and Mural. Even so, the company has promised to keep its promise, with a slew of Teams apps moving to other Microsoft areas in the months to come.