Linus Torvalds wants Linux running on Apples new M1 Macs (Mark Wyci?lik-Wilson/Betanews)

When Apple launched its new MacBook Pro, MacBook Air and Mac Mini
systems, there was much excitement about the performance boost the M1
chips are bringing to the table. People who have been running Windows and
Windows apps on Macs, however, are less happy due to the lack of support
for Boot Camp, and the lack of M1-ready virtualization software from the
likes of Parallels. But what about the prospect of Linux on M1 Macs? See
also: Batterygate: Apple to pay $113 million for throttling iPhone
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