As reported by 9to5Mac, the latest betas for iOS and macOS could kill the possibility for users to sideload iOS on their Apple Silicon Macs.
Based on the internal code shared between the recent beta versions of iOS 14.4 and macOS Big Sur 11.2, Apple is rolling out a new system that will block certain iOS apps from running on the Mac. This, of course, will not affect the apps available on the Mac App. Store.
According to the outlet, the code found in the beta reveals that if the developer doesn’t make their iOS available on the Mac App Store, it can’t be manually installed on the Mac.
The code found by 9to5Mac is related to the APIs that manage the DRM (Digital Rights Management) protections of the operating system. We can’t confirm if this lock already works on macOS Big Sur 11.2 beta 2, but it could also be something Apple will remotely enable once the update is available for users.
Below is the message found inside macOS Big Sur …
- According to this source macOS may soon prevent users from sideloading iOS apps on Mac M1s
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