A YouTuber named Jules Gerard managed to run MacOS X Leopard 10.5 without jailbreaking on the new 2020 iPad Pro. Jules used the UTM emulator to show how fast the old Mac operating system could run on iPad Pro. IPad Pro ran MacOS X Leopard properly with everything including built-in apps and Microsoft Office.
Obviously, running MacOS X Leopard 10.5 on iPad isn’t exactly practical, and it can often get stuck. Still, it’s exciting to see what’s going to happen. The new iPad Pro supports Magic Keyboard, which has Apple’s new trackpad gestures. In addition, Gerard can move the cursor smoothly on the iPad screen.
Those who want to try old versions of macOS, Windows or Android on iPhone and iPad can experiment with the UTM emulator. The software offers a full-featured virtual machine for iOS that supports more than 30 processors, including x86_64, ARM64 and RISC-V. You can access the GitHub page of UTM here.
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