Apple has enabled server-side protections against sideloading of M1-based iPhone and iPad apps on Mac, although previously installed apps will continue to work.
Developers can choose to prevent their iOS or iPadOS apps from being available on the Mac App Store. Until now, users have bypassed this restriction by downloading and installing legitimate IPA files on Apple Silicon-based Macs.
Apps like Netflix and Instagram aren’t available in the Mac App Store, so users aren’t able to use them on Mac M1s. The change doesn’t affect apps that have already been downloaded or installed, but it will prevent future apps from being installed.
The server-side change will prevent sideloading of new apps, thus erasing any chance of legitimate app installation. 9to5Mac claims that it affects the APIs surrounding Digital Rights Management protections on the App Store software.
The macOS version will not affect this change. The macOS Big Sur beta shows another …
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