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Apple is blocking users from sideloading iOS apps on M1 Macs
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Apple is blocking users from sideloading iOS apps on M1 Macs

Users trying to sideload apps on the new M1 Macs are being greeted with an error message. When Apple launched the M1 chip, it opened up the possibility for iPhone and iPad apps to run natively on the new machines. But some developers did not put their apps on the Mac App Store - these were the apps most users are trying to sideload.  (9to5Mac) Apple launched its new M1 Macs last year and at that point there was a tool that rolled out that allowed users to sideload unsupported iOS applications. Apple has now blocked this workaround. So far, users were able to download the tool called iMazing which allowed the installation of .IPA files. This made it possible to run iOS apps like Instagram and Netflix, as XDA Developers explains, that could not be downloaded on M1 Macs ot...