Apple has been working on making iOS apps available and more useful on macOS for some time now. The ability for Macs with the M1 chip to run iOS apps natively was no small feature when Apple announced its new chips and hardware.
Unfortunately, Apple is reducing developers’ ability to run any iOS apps they want, as the Cupertino company has officially disabled iOS app sideloading, 9to5Mac reports.
Apple has made it easy for developers to allow their iOS apps to run on macOS. Because the M1-based Macs – MacBook M1, MacBook Pro M1, and Mac mini M1 – were built on the same ARM architecture as Apple phones and tablets, they could run iOS apps without developers having to use Catalyst. Developers who wanted to allow their apps to run on macOS didn’t even need to change the code, but the key word here is “allow”.
Not all developers wanted to have their mobile apps on the Mac App Store. Major companies like Google and Facebook have also given up. To work…
- According to this source Sorry, Mac M1 users. Apple just banned sideloading of iOS apps
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