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Apple could disable Rosetta 2 in M1 Macs in some regions

Apple could disable its Rosetta 2 technology on M1-based Macs in some parts of the world, according to code found in macOS 11.3 — potentially scuttling certain emulated software.

Steve Moser, macOS developer and contributor to MacRumors, tweeted that in the third beta of macOS 11.3 there’s mention of the Rosetta application programming interface (API) getting removed upon the update’s installation in as-yet-unnamed regions. That’s bad news for people looking to run Intel-based apps on the ARM architecture-based Apple M1 chip. 

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