Someone got macOS Catalina running on the 2020 iPad Pro
What you need to know
- Someone got macOS Catalina running on an iPad Pro.
- They used x86 emulation and the UTM software to accomplish the feat.
As reported by MacRumors, a YouTube channel called Yevgen Yakovliev has posted a video showing off macOS Catalina running on the 2020 iPad Pro.
According to the video, the hacker used x86 emulation and was run through the UTM software that enables virtual machines on iOS.
Check out the full video of macOS Catalina running on the iPad Pro below:
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