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Linux now has a usable version for M1 Macs

Linux is now "completely usable" on the M1 Mac lineup thanks to work put in by the software virtualization company Corellium.
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Microsoft begins testing an Apple silicon version of the Edge browser

Also, VLC media player is now available natively on M1 Macs, but the software has yet to be delivered as a universal binary.
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It’s once again possible to side-load unsupported iOS apps on M1 Macs

The server-side change may have been a mistake so it may not last long. Download any unsupported iOS apps to run on your M1 Mac now before Apple changes its mind.
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Luca Todesco teases pongoOS running on an M1-equipped Mac

Talented hacker and checkra1n team member Luca Todesco teased an M1-equipped Mac running pongoOS Saturday evening.
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Apple is now blocking M1 Mac users from sideloading iPhone and iPad apps

Apple has now made it so M1 Mac owners cannot sideload iOS or iPad apps onto their machines.
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Apple is reportedly working on a cheaper external monitor, new Mac Pro models, and redesigned iMac

A new report says Apple is working on two new Mac Pro models, a less expensive external display, and a redesigned iMac.
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Latest macOS Big Sur beta hints Apple may prevent users from sideloading unsupported iOS apps on M1 Macs

Apple may prevent users from installing unsupported iOS apps on their M1 Mac if code in the latest macOS 11.2 Big Sur beta is any indication.
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Apple is working on a fix for Bluetooth issues plaguing some Apple silicon Mac units

Apple is aware of interment disconnects, reliability woes and other Bluetooth hiccups that have been plaguing some of the early M1 Mac adopters, and is working on a fix as we speak.
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The M1 MacBook Air’s battery life won me over

While the new M1 MacBook Air has plenty of improvements over its Intel-based brethren, it's the battery life that won this writer over.
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Video: Tips and tricks for using the MacBook Air and Pro notebooks powered by Apple silicon

We're taking a look at a bunch of tips and trick for making the most of your Apple silicon-powered MacBook Air and MacBook Pro with the macOS Big Sur software.