Procreate is one of the most popular illustration apps available exclusively for iPhone and iPad. After teasing last month’s update, the latest version of Procreate for iPad is finally getting full support for the new iPad Pro with M1 chip. This not only improves performance. but also add layers in the app
The Procreate update, now rolling out to the App Store, was announced today by the company on Twitter. Users can now run Procreate on iPad Pro 2021, but the app doesn’t take full advantage of the M1 chip. performance so far
With full support for the M1 chip, users of the new iPad Pro will notice up to 4x better performance when using Procreate. The app also enables additional layers when working with an iPad with an M1, for example a 4K canvas. At 132 DPI, up to 115 layers can be obtained with the latest update.
Hello, we just released M1 #Procreate compatibility patch on M1 iPad Pro up to 4x faster with more layers. If you’re thinking of buying a new iPad Pro, this is the best Procreate experience ever!
Procreate also announced a new AR Preview and improved accessibility support last month. But these features will be included in future updates.
Procreate for iPad is available on the App Store for $9.99. Procreate Pocket is designed for iPhone for $4.99. You can learn more about the app and upcoming updates by visiting the official Procreate website.
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