Apple has disabled users’ ability to unofficially install iOS apps on their M1 Macs (via 9to5Mac). Although iOS apps are still available in the Mac App Store, many apps, such as Dark Sky and Netflix, don’t have developer approval to run on macOS. Until now, there was a workaround that allowed third-party software to be used to install apps without having to use the Mac App Store, but it appears Apple has disabled it remotely.
When we tried to install an unsupported app on a Mac M1 running macOS 11.1, we got an error message saying that we couldn’t install it and we had to “try again later”. You can see a screenshot at the beginning of this article.
Mac users have been used to having more freedom as to which programs they are able to run
According to 9to5Mac, the message on the latest macOS 11.2 beta is more specific: “the application cannot be installed because the developer did not intend to run it on this platform”.
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