Parallels Confirms Support For Apple’s M1 Chipset

When Apple Silicon was first unveiled earlier this year, it was confirmed that it would not support virtualization software like Parallels, which is one of the more popular programs that people use to run Windows apps on macOS. However, there is some good news on that front, in which Parallels has announced that they’ll be developing a new version of their software that will support Apple’s new M1 chipset.

Source: Ubergizmo