Full-fledged Mac OS installed on iPad iPad (video)
Many Apple device fans have long sought to launch OS X on the company's tablets. From now on, with the launch of the iPad Pro on which a processor is installed that can compete in power with desktop systems, such a dream has come true.
The author of the YouTube channel Hacking Jules tried to test the possibility of working on the iPad Pro with a full-fledged operating system, and not the special "lite option" that manufacturers equip the tablet with. The experiment was a success for the enthusiast, and he was able to turn his iPad Pro into a full-fledged computer running macOS X Leopard 10.5, released in 2009.
During the test, the blogger Jules Gerard used the UTM emulator, which allowed him to install the old Mac operating system on the tablet. As a result, the startup process took place in just 65 seconds, and in addition to the operating system on the tablet, all pre-installed applications and the Microsoft Office suite worked.
Using the UTM emulator, users can install various operating systems on Apple mobile devices, including Windows, Linux, macOS, and Android. Installing an OS from third-party developers does not harm the factory settings of gadgets. The only condition is the availability of sufficient memory on devices.
Source: cultofmac. [TagsToTranslate] company