M1-equipped Mac owners are once again able to load apps for iPhones and iPads, with Apple lifting server-side locks that prevent such activity for unknown reasons.
On Friday, Apple enabled server-side protections that prevented users from sideloading iOS and iPadOS apps, a process that allowed users to place purchased apps on their mobile devices on Apple Silicon Macs. By adding blocks, this prevented users from circumventing restrictions developers can use to prevent iPhone and iPad app versions from being offered in the Mac App Store.
Apps that developers allow to run on macOS as well as mobile operating systems are not affected by the changes at all. The back and forth change on the service side only applies to IPA files extracted from a user-owned iPhone or iPad, which are then run on the Mac.
Users soon found that the server-side change was revoked again on Tuesday, with users able to sideload apps again. This can only be a temporary state, …
- According to this source IPad and iPhone app sideloading is back on Apple Silicon Macs, but probably not for long
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