Linux 6.2 has native M1 Mac support, but it isn't yet ready for public release, according to Linux users who have tested it. M1 support is now available in Linux 6.2, according to ZDNet. On July 31, 2022, Asahi Linux and Alyssa Rosenzweig introduced a usable Linux version to ARM.
Linux 6.2 is expected to become Ubuntu 23.04's default kernel and will be included in Fedora 38 before Linux 6.3's release in April.
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The native M1 support on Y Combinator isn't quite ready for primetime, according to Linux users. Despite Asahi Linux's efforts and its engineers, this version isn't suitable for everyday use.
“This isn't a dig at the Asahi Linux developers. They're making solid progress,” says Y Combinator iuafhiuah.