As spotted by a Reddit user, a recently published video on YouTube has given a look at a new type of Hackintosh project, in which an iPad Pro is shown running on macOS Catalina.
Uploaded by YouTuber Yevgen Yakovliev, the video offers a detailed walkthrough of macOS Catalina running on a 2020 iPad Pro. Instead of using a method of running macOS Big Sur on the iPad Pro’s A12Z ARM chip, the YouTuber is using the UTM app to run virtual machines on the iPad.
Yevgen also employed a process to create a virtual Hackintosh with a method shared on GitHub called OSX-KVM, an open-source Kernel-based Virtual Machine utility built into Linux.
Take a look at the following video for a better idea and tell us what you think.