Parallels Desktop for Mac computers with Apple M2 chips

Discussion in 'Parallels Desktop on a Mac with Apple silicon' started by Mikhail Ushakov, Jun 8, 2022.

  1. WeizhongG

    WeizhongG

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    Hi, I want to check Whether the software can support creating MacOS m1/m2/m3 VM on the macbook m2 host?
     
  2. RomuloP

    RomuloP Bit poster

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    About nested virtualization, Now we have an API, and by what I can see, M3 or late only... Anyway, there is already any roadmap on support?
     
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  3. AndreasK27

    AndreasK27 Junior Member

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    Yes, Parallels can do a virtual MacOS on Apple Solicon. But please be aware, that the virtual macOS and it's CPU are quite castrated. MacOS in a VM does not support iCould, GOU/ANE access, and several special CPU-features are also disabled. Parallels has recently added a better support for MacOS VMs - GUI-Configuration.
     
  4. MatthewR20

    MatthewR20 Most valuable person

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    iCloud support will be added in macOS 15.
     
  5. BallO

    BallO Hunter

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    Does anyone else have audio crackling issues after waking up from sleep (MacOS host)? Clears up after about a minute
     

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