Linux 6.2 now adds support for M1 Macs. Support is not considered “finished” or “production-ready”. M2 support is also in the works.
Some of the features are provided by Asahi Linux.
Not supported by Apple
Using Linux as operating system for Apple hardware is not supported by Apple. Use Linux at your own risk.
GitHub: Feature Support
- M1 Mac Linux 6.2 support for MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, Mac Studio, Mac mini
- Linux 6.2 includes M1 Mac support, but it’s not fully ready to use
Developer:Consider using Linux, if needed. Proceed with caution.
QA engineer:Business as usual.
PM/DM:Business as usual.
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