Apple executives following the release of the M1 Max Doing interviews With so many releases, today, Ars Technica In another interview with Software Engineering President Craig Federky, Hardware Technologies Johnny Sruzi and Marketing VP. Guided by Greg Joswiak.
Most of the interview Focuses on topics All three have already been described in previous discussions, but there is an interesting news from Federichi on Microsoft and Windows M1 Max. Now, M1 Macs do not support Windows, and there is no boot camp feature on Intel Macs, but Windows support is a feature that many people want to see.
Federjee says Windows is “up to Microsoft” on the M1 Max. There are key technologies and Macs are capable of that, but it remains to be seen whether Microsoft will license the hand-based version of its Windows to Mac users.
“It’s up to Microsoft,” he said of the default Windows operating system. “We have the key technologies to run the ARM version of Windows, and it certainly supports x86 user mode applications. But this is a decision Microsoft has to make, licensing that technology to users to run on this Mac. But Macs are definitely more efficient at that.”
Federico also suggested that Windows in the cloud could be a viable solution in the future, and he highlighted Crossover, Which can run x86 Windows applications on M1 Max using Rosetta 2.
Federichi, Joswiak and Sruji also discussed how to cultivate this Apple silicone Chips, M1 formatting, M1 performance, integrated memory configuration, running iOS applications and more. Read the full interview Ars Technica.