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- May 6, 2019
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There’s been a bit of disappointment about how Apple’s new ARM-based Macs don’t natively support Windows (lack of Boot Camp), but that could change in the near future.
In a recent interview with Ars Technica, software engineering chief Craig Federighi clarified that this isn’t a technical issue, as Apple’s M1 chip is fully capable of running Windows 10 on ARM – the real problem is that Microsoft hasn’t agreed to license that version of the OS to anyone aside from OEMs.
“[…] that’s really up to Microsoft,” Federighi responded when asked about Windows running natively on M1 Macs. “We have the core technologies for them to do that, to run their ARM version of Windows, which in turn of course supports x86 user mode applications. But that’s a...