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Parallels confirms Apple M1 support amid silence from other virtualization companies

Parallels is actively working on a new version of its virtualization software that will be compatible with Apple Silicon and M1 machines, the company said on Tuesday.Credit: ParallelsThe company said it is “excited to see the performance, power efficiency, and virtualization features” that Apple’s new M1 chip brings to the Mac and MacBook lineups. But it noted that current versions of Parallels Desktop won’t be compatible on the new devices. Read more…
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