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lkrupp said:QuickBooks is mentioned as not being M1 ready. So many still think QuickBooks and Quicken are owned by the same company, Intuit. Intuit sold off Quicken to a private equity group several years ago. Quicken's new owners have taken the ball and run with it. The Mac version is vastly improved and is fully M1 compatible as of a couple of updates ago.
Meanwhile Intuit, who never gave a crap about Macs and who even decided to cease development of Quicken for Mac when their then CEO (Bill Campbell) sat on Apple’s board. Jobs had to use his powers of persuasion to stop it. That Intuit is now dragging its feet on making QuickBooks M1 compatible should come as no surprise to Mac users.
Final Draft has always been lagging behind on development. I am sure they will get there eventually.
Oh... that's disappointing. I know it is just a job but the original 'I'm a Mac' series brilliant and ground breaking advertising. This is just a flat and tired re-hash. Will the target audience really remember the originals?, and if not - will it work? And Justin is looking old. Nothing wrong with that, we all age, but its just kinda sad. I guess it is a sign of the times - the Mac guy is just like every other guy. Mac is great and all that, but times have changed and Mac now is 'the man'.Still, I am disappointed in Justin. I wish I could unseemly that add.