But Apples move to its M1 chip has raised questions about running Windows on a Mac. Normally, a user can set up Boot Camp to natively run Windows on a Mac device, but Apples M1 chip does not have a Boot Camp feature. Now, during an interview with Apples Craig Federighi , Senior Vice President of Software Engineering, has said that it is up to Microsoft if Windows can ever be natively run on M1 based Mac devices. Federighi stated that the technology is there to do it, but that Microsoft would...

Read the full article at WinBeta