Apple pulls the plug on the method found by users to load iOS apps on Mac

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Apple plugged a hole that allowed users to sideload iOS and iPad apps on Mac M1 that were never meant to run on desktop, 9to5Mac reports. Server-side editing ensures that only applications that app developers have marked as optimized for Mac run.

Late last year, Apple launched its first Macs with an ARM-based custom CPU called the M1, as opposed to Intel chips that have been used in Macs for several years. These new machines included the entry-level 13-inch MacBook Pro, the MacBook Air, and the low-end Mac mini.

Since those machines now share an architecture with iPhones and iPads, which also have closely related ARM-based chips, it has become possible to run iOS and iPadOS apps natively on Macs equipped with the M1 chip. Apple supported this by listing the iPhone and iPad apps that passed a …Read the full story

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