Apple Broadcom Wi-Fi Chips Now Supported in Linux on T2 and M1 Macs

Hector Martin, the guy behind the Linux port for Silicon Macs, announced on Twitter over the weekend that has added support for Apple Broadcom Wi-Fi chips used in T2 and M1 Macs.

This essentially means that users running Linux on M1 and T2 Apple Silicon Macs can now get Wi-Fi working on their systems. 

Merry Christmas! This year Santa brings us a 34-patch series to add proper support for the Broadcom FullMAC chips used on Apple T2 and M1 platforms, notes the developer.

Below is the list of Apple Broadcom supported on Linux for Silicon Macs:

  • BCM4355C1
  • BCM4364B2/B3
  • BCM4377B3
  • BCM4378B1
  • BCM4387C2

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