Hackintoshes: PCs optimized to run macOS with workarounds have been around for a while. But because Apple wants its software to only work on its own devices, it has become more difficult over time to actually use them as functional machines. It now appears that a new type of Hackintosh is gaining ground that could be useful for research and educational purposes, the virtual Hackintoshes. Interestingly, a video of an iPad running macOS has just emerged as the ultimate virtual Hackintosh.
On YouTube, Yevgen Yakovliev shared a nearly 40-minute overview of what appears to be macOS Catalina running on a 2020 iPad Pro. Specifically, this isn’t a method of running macOS Big Sur on the iPad Pro’s ARM A12Z chip.
Yevgen is using the UTM app to run virtual machines on iOS devices, so he used a process to create a virtual Hackintosh with a shared method on GitHub called OSX-KVM. KVM is an open source kernel based virtual machine utility built into Linux.
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