Apple has disabled the ability to allow users to install iOS-based applications on their M1 Mac devices. Prior to this, the .IPA installation files for these applications can be transferred via iTunes or a third-party tool known as iMazing, but the company has blocked them completely.
Some apps like Netflix and Spotify aren’t available on macOS yet, so users need to side-load iOS versions on their M1 devices. Although the system is capable of running mobile versions of the aforementioned app, Apple regards these actions as unauthorized.
At this time, any attempts to install iOS apps on macOS will result in an error message stating that the installation failed. The 11.2 beta version of the operating system, according to 9to5Mac, will present the user with a more specific message that says “the application cannot be installed because the developer did not intend to run it on this platform”.
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