Plus, running Windows or Linux natively on an ARM Mac requires a new set of drivers and tweaks that may take months or years to develop.
But Apple doesn’t plan to add Boot Camp to its new ARM Macs because it’s just not worth the effort.
For the uninitiated, Boot Camp is a tool that lets you install Windows on a Mac.
But it also means that new ARM-based Macs are losing Boot Camp and can’t run Windows 10 through virtualization.
Apple started pivoting away from Boot Camp years ago in favor of OS virtualization.