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Apple M1 Support
We have received reports of some stability issues when using our Logic 2 software with Apple's new ARM-based M1 chip. The new M1 chip is currently found in the new MacBook Air, Mac mini, and MacBook Pro models released in late 2020.

Experimental Release Download (Logic 2)

Starting in version 2.3.38, we've implemented updates to the Logic 2 software that hopefully improves stability on Apple's M1 processor.
Please note that the 2.3.38 release is experimental and may contain bugs or stability issues. We'll continue to improve stability in future versions of the software. If you still encounter issues when using our software with Apple's M1 processor, please report them via the methods below.

Alternate Workaround (Logic 1.x)

Our older Logic 1.x software (v1.2.29) is currently known to work with Apple's M1 processor. If you continue to run into issues with the Logic 2 software, please try this version. The Logic 1.x software provided stable operation on Apple's M1 processor in our tests. If the version below still continues to fail, please contact us.

Our Test Results

We tested all of our logic analyzers on the new Macbook Pro (13-inch, 2020, M1 chip). In our tests, our logic analyzers periodically failed on the Logic 2 software via ReadTimeout errors during captures. When the ReadTimeout occurred, it was usually accompanied by the following:
    DeviceSetupFailure error message
    A blinking red LED on the Logic pod
    A requirement to disconnect and reconnect Logic
Typical Error found on Apple M1 Processors
The Logic 1.x software (linked above) provided stable performance.
We plan to update the Logic 2 software to support Apple's M1 chips in the future. In the meantime, please use our older Logic 1.x software if you are experiencing these issues.
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