Will 1password run on Apple silicon-based Mac ?

bilanbilan

Is this question premature ? 8-)
Too exited by the keynote, sorry :-)


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  • BenBen AWS Team

    Team Member

    Hi @bilan

    We're very excited by the announcements as well. We will of course be taking a very close look at what is needed to move forward. 1Password was born on Mac, and we're going to do everything we can to make sure the experience there remains top notch.

    Ben

  • With the expected announcement next week on these new apple computers, is there anything you can share on 1Password being able to support them when available?

  • BenBen AWS Team

    Team Member

    @sdades

    The 1Password for Mac app is supported on Apple's new computers, whenever they arrive. :)

    Ben

  • Great news. Thanks for the quick response.

  • BenBen AWS Team

    Team Member

    You're very welcome. :)

    Ben

  • Please be a little more specific. Which 1password is running on the new Macs: the IOS version, a new version of 1password native to M1 processor or the existing 1password running under Rosetta 2 compatibility? Thanks.

  • BenBen AWS Team

    Team Member

    @joisagile

    1Password 7 for Mac currently runs on M1 using Apple's Rosetta 2 technology but we're excited about the opportunities native support will offer and hope to have more to say on the subject soon.

    Ben

  • 1password is one of the most important applications that I use. I couldn't move to a M1 Mac unless 1password worked on it. Having seen many iterations of compatibility modes over the years, I get nervous when such an important application is not native or well tested. I am looking forward to hearing more.

    Hopefully, we will see an email from your fearless leader on the topic with details. Thanks.

  • ag_anaag_ana

    Team Member

    @joisagile:

    As Ben said, 1Password is supported on new Macs. When we will have more information to share, we will certainly do that :+1:

  • Have 1Password installed on a new Mac Mini with Apple Silicon/the M1chip.

    Working great except for browser extensions (which generally seem to be a bit "wonky" on Apple Silicon Mac right now so not necessarily a 1Password problem…).

    Do you have any information or tips on getting extensions to work on Apple Silicon Macs or is this just some "early adopter tax"?

    Thanks!

  • bdruthbdruth Junior Member
    edited November 19

    Was just going to post the same as @adellos - I'm guessing this is because the extension isn't compiled as a universal binary, and since Safari is (presumably) Apple Silicon native, it won't load extensions that are Intel. Would be great to get an ETA on when this would be fixed?

    Just as I posted this, I see the extension now in Safari Preferences - I happened to go in for something else, and it was still loaded to the extensions screen from the last time I went in, or I wouldn't have noticed!

  • hazmathazmat Member
    edited November 20

    For what it's worth, I have an M1 Mac mini and 1Password and its browser extensions for Safari and Firefox all seem to be working fine.

  • ag_anaag_ana

    Team Member

    @adellos:

    Working great except for browser extensions (which generally seem to be a bit "wonky" on Apple Silicon Mac right now so not necessarily a 1Password problem…).

    Can you please elaborate on this a little bit? What issues are you experiencing exactly?

  • @Ben and @ag_ana I've just set up my M1 Mac Mini and I cannot open 1Password at all. Any tips? Cause it's the 1st app I install on any of my devices. Thanks a lot!

  • @Ben and @ag_ana Sorry, it seems Rosetta 2 hadn't installed. It's working fine now :-)

  • ag_anaag_ana

    Team Member

    Thank you for letting us know @dsmaxemil! I am glad to hear that things are working fine again :)

  • @ag_ana: Assuming I am experiencing the same situation as @adellos was, here's the deal:

    After installing 1Password, being prompted to install Rosetta on first startup of the application, installing Rosetta, then launching the application. When I open up Safari for the first time, 1Password shows a notification suggesting I enable the 1Password Safari extension.

    Clicking on that notification brings me to the Safari extensions menu, which simply indicates there are no extensions to enable available. The menu is empty on the left hand side (Where you normally select which extension you want to change the settings for, and the right hand "detail" view just has a big label saying "No Extensions".

    About 15 minutes later, it showed up in that menu, and I was able to enable it. I assume macOS was doing some work in the background to translate the extension code perhaps? But it's not obvious to the end user that's going on. Adding in a message to the user about this in a future update might be helpful, until the codebase itself moves.

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