• Apple Says Ball In Microsoft's Court For M1 Compatible Version Of Windows

    6 days ago - By Ubergizmo

    Right now, Apple's M1 Mac computers do not support Windows, which means that virtualization software like Parallels or dual booting tools like Boot Camp will not let Mac users run Windows. However, it seems that Apple isn't completely closed to the idea of an M1 native version of Windows to make its way onto their new Macs. Speaking to ArsTechnica in an interview, Apple's software engineering chief Craig Federighi said that the ball was pretty much in Microsoft's court as to whether or not they want to license out its ARM-based version of Windows that could be used on Apple's M1 ARM-based...
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  • Craig Federighi says Windows can run natively on M1 Macs but is ‘really up to Microsoft'

    Craig Federighi says Windows can run natively on M1 Macs but is ‘really up to Microsoft'

    6 days ago - By 9to5Mac

    While the transition to Apple Silicon has been impressively smooth overall for the first M1 Macs, a big lingering question is what Windows support will look like as Boot Camp is not supported on the new generation of Macs. Now in a new in-depth interview, Apple's VP of software engineering Craig Federighi has said that the ARM version of Windows could run natively on Apple Silicon Macs, but it will be up to Microsoft.
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