Microsoft has released a beta version of Edge for Macs powered by Apple’s new chip M1.Microsoft released an optimized version of the Edge browser for new Macs powered by Apple’s M1 chip in December last year, but so far this version has been limited to the Canary channel.
With the latest update, the company released the beta version of Edge for macOS ARM64.
Microsoft Edge beta support for M1 chip Macs
In the post from Microsft Edge’s developer Twitter account: “Starting today, you can download your preferred Microsoft Edge Insider channel with native macOS ARM64 support! To see how it works and download Canary, Dev, or Beta, go to our Insider website and let us know what you think.” statements were included.
Since the new support is a beta version, there is a possibility of encountering a few errors. With Microsoft released the Cananary version of the Edge for M1 Macs in December, the Dev version earlier this month, and now the Beta version, it is conceivable that a stable Edge build running natively will be released earlier than expected.
Starting today, you can download your Microsoft Edge Insider channel of choice with native macOS ARM64 support! Head to our Insider website to download Canary, Dev, or Beta to see how it runs, and let us know what you think. 💪 https://t.co/GkOtE8JaCi https://t.co/4XGdzcE31d
— Microsoft Edge Dev (@MSEdgeDev) January 15, 2021