Apple will sell the coming years tens of Millions of ARM Apple Silicon Macs ... it seems Dropbox is not much interested in this market ?
When there is not a planned release sheduled soon, I only can cancel my subscription and move to another Cloud solution ...
Hi @dolfke, generally, we're always trying to make sure that our apps continue to be compatible with all supported versions of macOS.
However, thank you for taking the time to share your thoughts on this with us.
If you have any other ideas or features you'd like to see being implemented in the future, don't hesitate to give us another nudge.
In the meantime, I hope you have a wonderful week ahead!
Although there isn't a specific timeline we can share, the team is always looking for ways to improve even more.
I hope this helps to some extent. If you have any other questions in the future, don't hesitate to get back to us.
I assume that Dropbox representatives can't issue a real reply to this until Thursday due to NDAs. I also assume that since all of Apple's primary devices starting today run on Apple Silicon, that Dropbox will support Apple Silicon as of Thursday (the just-announced release date of macOS 11 Big Sur). As a Dropbox Professional subscriber, I'll be ordering my new (Apple Silicon-based) Mac today, and updating my Dropbox Professional subscription next week based on whether it works on my new computer or not.
Maybe it’ll work on Rosetta 2?
I am worried because Dropbox’s support on alternative operating systems and alternative file systems has been spotty.
Edit: Also, the generic platitudes that made up Dropbox's responses in this thread make me worry more, not less.
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