Rosetta is a translation process which allows users to run applications that contain x86_64 instructions on Apple Silicon which is meant to ease the transition to Apple silicon. Apple’s M1 Macs deliver innovative performance. The company Apple now controls the future of all its platforms and its processors are already impressing users with their performance and stability.
Rosetta 2 is an emulator built into macOS Big Sur which is designed to bridge the transition between Intel and Apple processors. M1-powered Macs can now run native, universal and Intel apps with no effect on performance, using emulation technology Rosetta 2 which is brilliant. Developers are creating Universal applications which will run natively on both M1-powered Macs and Intel. Apps will be available in native or universal form with small update to enable support for Rosetta 2.
Rosetta 2 works in the background whenever an app built for Mac computers with an Intel processor is used. It can convert an application right at installation time. The apps on Rosetta extension might actually run faster than they do on Intel. It provides excellence in memory handling and excellent performance. However, Rosetta cannot translate kernel extensions or Virtual Machine apps which virtualize x86-64 computer platforms, AVX, AVX2 and AVX512 vector instructions.
Apple silicon is considered as the best technological achievement of 2020. The new M1 MacBook are effortlessly fast and efficient which does not mean that the old Intel Macs were slow. People might be still purchasing Intel based Macs so Apple might retain support for Rosetta 2 within for longer period of time.