4 may 2024

The other axis Apple could tackle, easily at this point, is the ‘I want Mac features sometimes but iPad most of the time’ crowd. A hypervisor-based VM on iPadOS to run macOS when you really need it.

This would end the 14 year angst of iPad not being a 'real computer’ and let us move forward into new territory. All of that drama around the product gone, in an instant.

Every iPad chip since the M1 has supported Apple's hypervisor. Internal OS builds include virtualization frameworks. It's time

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