Parallels Preview Brings Windows 10 to Apple Silicon
Apple announced the M1 chip in November, and the first devices using it are already available for purchase, with developers now working around the clock to bring their apps to the platform.
Parallels is one of the companies whose software is quite highly anticipated on Apple Silicon, as it would technically make it possible to run Windows 10 on devices equipped with an M1 chip.
And a few days ago, the company officially released an early version of Parallels 16 for M1 Macs through the company’s Technical Preview Program.
“If you are interested in exploring the Technical Preview Program, click the button below, register or sign into a Parallels account, and be among the first to try it,” the company explains on the page of the preview build.
Windows on M1 chips