Official support for M1 Macs; if you are looking for this, you can read here the best news about official news of Apple launching an official update for Linux. As far we know, the Linux kernel 5.13 version is expected to be released in June.
Several different projects are running to bring Linux to the latest MacBook M1. It is considered that the upcoming Linux kernel 5.13 will be in good enough shape to work truly on Apple’s M1 laptops.
So I have brought to you some of the important news about Linux and some interesting facts. So, let’s get started; keep your reading to know some of the attractive facts about Linux.
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Linux Kernel 5.13 On M1 Macs
Nearly all the people connected to the technology are familiar with Linux. Linux is an operating system for the computer devices, such as desktops and laptops. It is an open-source operating system released on September 17, 1991.
Linux has been using the operating system on worldwide desktops and laptops instead of many operating systems such as Windows, Ubuntu, etc. But from recent news, we became informed that Linux is getting ready to run on Apple’s laptop instead of the macOS.
After hearing this news, there are so many questions arising in people’s minds; below, I will answer some of the most searched questions. Keep reading to know more.
Can I Run Linux On M1 Mac?
Most people tried to know if they really can run Linux on their M1 Mac; I am telling you ‘Yes.’ You can run the updated version of Linux Kernel 5.13 is ready to run on the M1 series MacBook instead of the macOS. And Linux allows M1 Macs for the first time to run the Ubuntu.
You can also read here How To Install Linux On M1 Macs if you want.
When Linux Official Support Will Release For Mac?
It is hard or probably impossible to say when the Linux official support will be released. But it is expected that it can be released in June. So if you are interested in running Linux kernel 5.13, you have to wait till June, be patient.
Is It Worth Installing Linux On Mac?
When you can buy a Mac, it probably looks strange when you exclude the macOS and run Linux on your Mac. We all know that Mac OS is a great operating system; it should be good for you to stay with this operating system.
Just think about what is missing on your macOS version available on Linux? If you find a couple of things, So really worth it. Otherwise, when you are a developer or such like that, Linux is very useful to you cause it is an open-source OS.
Which One Is Safer; MacOS Or Linux?
Considering Linux is more secure than windows and even than macOS. But it is not bearing meaning that Linux doesn’t have security issues. All the platforms are potentially vulnerable such as windows, macOS, and Linux. Though Linux doesn’t have so many malware programs, security flaws, back doors, and exploits, it does not guarantee absolute assurance.
That’s are the most questioned about the Linux operating system. I hope you got your required answer to the above questions. Let’s talk about which operating system is better.
Which One Is Better, Linux Or MacOS?
Maybe it is the most challenging concept to discuss which operating system is better, Linux or macOS. However, people want to know, so I have to talk about it.
The excellence of these operating systems depends a lot on their uses. Peoples has various needs; from that side, Linux is an Open source software that can require modification and redistribution for free through using the product code.
So most IT professionals use Linux to make their working environment according to their needs. But I think macOS is a few times better than Linux for normal use. I loved the macOS; it feels very familiar to me, like my own home.
Finally, I have to say that the developers are working hard to bring Linux to the M1 Mac. The good news is the developers are very confident that they could have something stable enough this June.
This article was written following a report of Phoronix. If anything is wrong, don’t forget to let me know by leaving a comment in the below comment box. If you want to read more articles like this, you can read about Apple Mac OS Version History.