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We recently looked at how you can use UTM to run Windows 11 on your M1 or M2 Mac for free. UTM is free, open-source virtualization software, that allows you to run other operating systems on your Mac. In addition to allowing you to run Windows, Linux, and even MacOS 9.2, you can also install macOS Monterey—and you can even create a virtual machine running the latest macOS Ventura beta. Here’s how.

(For another method of installing macOS Ventura beta, check out our related article on creating a new APFS volume for running macOS betas.)

Installing macOS on UTM

In How to Run Windows 11 for Free on an M1 or M2 Mac, we discussed how to download and set up UTM. See that article for the first steps on using the app.

In order to install macOS, click Virtualize on the Start screen, then click macOS 12+ on the Operating System screen.

You’ll be asked to download a “recovery IPSW.” An IPSW file is what Apple uses to provide firmware for iPhones, iPads, and, since the M1 processor, Macs as well. You can obtain IPSW files via the Finder for mobile devices when connecting a device and restoring it; for Macs, you boot in the recovery partition.

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UTM offers to download the necessary IPSW file for your Mac, but in my testing, I was not able to complete the installation using this file. There are several websites that link to Apple’s IPSW files, such as Mr. Macintosh and IPSW Downloads. On either of these sites, you can find the appropriate IPSW file for your M1 Mac and download it.

You have two options. Since I have a developer account, I downloaded the recovery IPSW file for macOS Monterey, planning to update that operating system with a developer beta of macOS Ventura. If you don’t have a developer account, you can download a Ventura public beta from Mr. Macintosh; this will be the latest available version, which may not be as recent as the developer beta.

Click Browse, select the file, then click Continue.

The next two screens ask you to choose hardware and storage settings. You can probably leave the Memory and CPU settings at the defaults, and, for storage, you may want to adjust the size of the virtual machine. See below for more on the size of the virtual machine.

The Summary screen displays; name your virtual machine, then click Save.

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The next screen shows you a list of your virtual machines; click the big arrow icon on the one you just created for macOS to start the installation process.

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UTM will ask if you are sure that you want to install macOS on this drive; click OK. It will then proceed to load the recovery IPSW and install the software; this will take a while.

Once this has completed, you see the same onboarding process that you see when you install macOS or set up a new Mac. Choose a region and language, and all the other settings you are asked to specify. You’ll run into a problem, however, when you are asked to enter your Apple ID and password. You’ll get an error message saying The action could not be completed.

Choose Set Up Later on the Apple ID screen, and finish the onboarding. When this is completed, the version of macOS you installed will start up.

If you have a developer account, go to developer.apple.com in Safari in your virtual machine, sign into your account, and download the macOS Developer Beta Access Utility. Run the installer, and you’ll be taken to the Software Update pane of System Preferences. At this point, you can download the latest version of macOS Ventura, and subsequent betas, through Software Update.

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When you’re finished, you’ll see macOS Ventura in a UTM window.

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You’ll note that, by default, UTM displays macOS in a 1920 x 1200 resolution. You can change this in the settings for the virtual machine, but you have to shut to down first. In the UTM window, click the button at the right of the toolbar to open the settings, then click Display in the sidebar. You can choose the resolution of the virtual machine from a long list of sizes, many of which match specific Mac models, and are shown as such in a list. Changes apply the next time you launch the virtual machine.

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Using macOS on UTM

While macOS runs smoothly on UTM – it is virtualization, not emulation, so it is nearly as fast as if it were running natively – there are limitations. Unfortunately, you cannot authenticate with your Apple ID in System Preferences, so you cannot use any of your iCloud data, such as contacts, calendars, or even your Apple Music or Apple TV+ subscriptions. You also cannot install the SPICE tools to be able to use shared folders and copy and paste between the virtual machine and the host.

If you want to move files to and from this virtual machine, one workaround is to log into iCloud.com in Safari, and use iCloud Drive there. You could also install other software, such as Dropbox or OneDrive, if you use them to store files. (I haven’t tested either of the latter, but there’s no reason why they shouldn’t work.)

There are no problems logging into websites with your Apple ID. However, since you cannot sign in to apps with your Apple ID, you can’t download any software from the Mac App Store. This means that your use of macOS in virtualization is quite limited. For many people who want to test different versions of macOS and try out betas, this may not be a problem. But if you are a developer hoping to use this to test an app that needs to access iCloud, you’re out of luck.

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Regarding the size of the macOS virtual machine, I used the default 64 GB, and installation went smoothly, though the virtual machine showed about 40 GB free space. (In UTM, and on my Mac, this 64 GB virtual machine shows as 68.75 GB.) This can be an issue if you don’t have a lot of storage on your Mac. You can try using a smaller virtual machine; I haven’t tested this, but there’s no reason why it wouldn’t work with about 40 GB total. Looking at the virtual machine in macOS, it shows that the disk is about 63 GB, so this must be one of those 1000 vs. 1024 bits and bytes differences.

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While this isn’t a perfect solution for running macOS, it may be useful for some people who want to test betas, or, going forward, run several versions of macOS, without going to the trouble of installing them in a separate partition on a Mac. The Apple ID limitation makes it difficult to do a lot, but as a simple way to try out the Ventura beta, it may be worth setting up.

If you really need to be able to sign into your Apple ID in your macOS beta, and don’t mind rebooting your Mac whenever you want to use the beta OS, you can alternatively create an APFS volume and install macOS Ventura beta onto it.

How can I learn more?

For an alternative method of running macOS Ventura beta on your Mac, check out our related article on how to create an APFS volume to run macOS.

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FAQs

How do I use UTM on M1 Mac? ›

Installing UTM On M1 Macs
  1. Select “Windows”. ...
  2. Pick the amount of RAM and CPU cores you wish to give access to the VM(the Defaults is fine). ...
  3. If you have a directory you want to mount in the VM, you can select it here. ...
  4. Press “Save” to create the VM. ...
  5. Check the box that says Show Advanced Settings.
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Does UTM support M1 Mac? ›

Install macOS Ventura Beta in a Virtual Machine on an M1 or M2 Mac with UTM. We recently looked at how you can use UTM to run Windows 11 on your M1 or M2 Mac for free. UTM is free, open-source virtualization software, that allows you to run other operating systems on your Mac.

Will MacBook Air M1 get macOS Ventura? ›

‌‌macOS Ventura‌ is compatible with the ‌MacBook Air (2018 and later), MacBook Pro (2017 and later), MacBook (2017), iMac (2017 and later), ‌iMac‌ Pro (2017), Mac mini (2018 and later), Mac Studio (2022), and Mac Pro (2019 and later).

Can I install virtual machine on Mac M1? ›

Mac VirtualBox users will be happy to know that VirtualBox now runs natively on Apple Silicon ARM processors, including the M1 and M2.

Is UTM free for Mac M1? ›

UTM is and always will be completely free and open source. The Mac App Store version is identical to the free version and there are no features left out of the free version.

Can I run macOS on UTM? ›

UTM (based on QEMU) is a full featured system emulator and virtual machine host for iOS and macOS. Basically, UTM allows you to run Windows, Linux, and more on your Mac, iPhone, and iPad.

Do M1 Macs support virtualization? ›

First of all, a technical preview of VMWare Fusion for M1 Macs is available. This means that you can run ARM-based Operating Systems using one of the best virtualization methods.

What software doesnt work on M1 Mac? ›

For the time being, some crucial tools either won't run on new Macs or won't run properly. These include Docker, Android Studio, and Haskell. The list of tools that will run on Rosetta 2 but aren't optimized for the M1 is much more extensive and includes Atom, RStudio, PHPStorm, R, Flutter, VSCode, Golang, .

Is there any emulator for Mac M1? ›

OpenEmu. If you've looked into emulating on platforms like Android, Windows, or Linux, you have likely heard of RetroArch. This is an all-in-one emulator solution that supports many different platforms. And while RetroArch is technically available on M1 Macs, many emulation fans seem to enjoy OpenEmu quite a bit more.

Which Mac can run Ventura? ›

The following Macs can run macOS Ventura: MacBook models from 2017 or later. MacBook Air models from 2018 or later. MacBook Pro models from 2017 or later.

Can I install Ventura? ›

The newest version of macOS Ventura arrived on October 24, 2022, which Prior to the release of macOS Ventura the only way to get Ventura on your Mac was to install the beta, but now that Ventura has arrived on October 24, 2022) Mac users can download and install it.

Do M1 Macs support boot camp? ›

If you have an Apple M-series chip, Boot Camp will not work as it requires a Mac with an Intel processor. To install Windows on your M-series Mac, you can use Parallels Desktop for Mac.

Is UTM Mac good? ›

For macOS, UTM is better as whilst both utilise the Apple Hypervisor framework, UTM has implemented paravirtualized graphics support, making it infinitely better than the typically crap software GPU acceleration that most mac VMs suffer with.

Can I run a Linux VM on Mac M1? ›

And while it's possible to run virtual machines of both Windows and Linux operating systems made for the Intel platform on the M1, the performance cost of translating Intel instructions to ARM is high (even with the optimizations Apple has within their M1 CPU).

Is parallels Free for Mac M1? ›

Is Parallels free for M1 Mac? Parallels Desktop 17 does offer a free 14-day, fully-featured trial. If you're using a newer Mac with M1, you won't need to pay for the Insider Preview of Windows 10 or 11 on ARM during the 14 days.

Does universal control only work on M1 Mac? ›

Yes. Universal Control is compatible with Macs that have Apple silicon chips and Macs that have Intel chips, as long as ‌macOS Monterey‌ 12.3 is supported.

Can M1 Mac be hacked? ›

Malware has even been found on the M1 Mac – read about Silver Sparrow and the first case of malware for M1 Macs. We'll run through the types that are more pertinent to the hacking of Macs below: Cryptojacking: This is where someone uses your Mac's processor and RAM to mine cryptocurrency.

Is Mac M1 good for CAD? ›

Specifically, the M1 Max has up to 2.5x faster CPU performance and up to 3.4x faster GPU performance. On the other hand, the M1 Ultra has 3.8x faster CPU performance and up to 4.5x faster GPU performance.
...
4. Mac Studio.
CPUM1 Max 10-core CPU or M1 Ultra 10-core CPU
PriceFrom $1,999.00
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Which macOS is needed for universal control? ›

Universal Control system requirements
  • MacBook introduced in 2016 or later.
  • MacBook Pro introduced in 2016 or later.
  • MacBook Air introduced in 2018 or later.
  • Mac mini introduced in 2018 or later.
  • iMac introduced in 2017 or later, or iMac (Retina 5K, 27-inch, Late 2015)
  • iMac Pro.
  • Mac Pro introduced in 2019 or later.
  • Mac Studio.
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Which 4 virtualization platforms is the UTM supported on? ›

All supported VM platforms undergo QA testing to ensure installation from ISO image and proper operation.
...
Supported virtualization platforms
  • VMware ESX.
  • Microsoft HyperV.
  • KVM.
  • Citrix XenServer.
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Can UTM run iOS? ›

UTM works on all devices running iOS 11 or higher if jailbroken. UTM can also be run semi-tethered on non-jailbroken devices. UTM runs untethered on some non-jailbroken devices with limited compatibility depending on your iOS version and device processor.

Which virtualization software works on Mac M1? ›

Virtualization programs such as Parallels Desktop and VMWare Fusion run on the macOS, but allow you to create a Virtual Machine – or VM – that mimics the hardware of a Windows PC. So you can create a VM on your Mac and then install Windows – or another operating systems, such as Linux – on the VM.

Is Mac M1 ARM64 or x64? ›

So, developers need to be able to run x86_64 containers on newer Mac computers that are built with an Apple Silicon (M1) processor, which is an ARM64 architecture.

Is my M1 Mac 32 bit or 64 bit? ›

64. All Macs since 2007 have had 64-bit processors.

Is M2 worth it over M1? ›

The MacBook Air M2 (2022) has an upgraded display, webcam, aesthetics, and battery life. It's a strict upgrade over the MacBook Air M1 (2020), but it's also $200 more expensive. Whether it's worth the upgrade depends on your priorities in a laptop.

Is M1 chip 64 bit? ›

Memory. The M1 uses a 128-bit LPDDR4X SDRAM in a unified memory configuration shared by all the components of the processor. The SoC and RAM chips are mounted together in a system-in-a-package design. 8 GB and 16 GB configurations are available.

Does everything work on M1 Mac? ›

Everything should function as normal when transitioning to M1 Macs, and over the course of a few years, most popular Mac apps will likely be built to run on the M1 Macs natively.

Is there BlueStacks for Mac M1? ›

NOTE: BlueStacks is not supported on Mac computers older than 2014, Mac computers with M1 chips, macOS 12 Monterey and macOS 13 Ventura.

Can you run old Mac apps on M1? ›

Sadly, the answer to this question is no. While Big Sur is able to run on both Intel and M1 chips, none of the previous versions of macOS are compatible with Apple's new processors.

How do I know if an app is compatible with M1 Mac? ›

In the "Overview" tab, click the System Report... button. In the System Report window, select Software -> Applications in the sidebar. In the Applications list that loads, look under the Kind column to see whether an app is a Universal binary or a non-native Intel executable.

Which Mac can update to Ventura? ›

Click the Apple icon > About This Mac to see what model you have. Here are the Macs that can upgrade to Ventura: MacBook Air: 2018 and newer. MacBook Pro: 2017 and newer.

How do I install Ventura on my Mac? ›

Use Software Update to get macOS Ventura

From the Apple menu  in the corner of your screen, choose System Preferences, then click Software Update. When Software Update finds macOS Ventura, click Upgrade Now to install it.

Will macOS Ventura work on Intel Macs? ›

macOS Ventura is available today as a free software update on Macs with Apple silicon and Intel-based Macs.

How do I get Ventura on unsupported Mac? ›

FAQ about installing macOS Ventura on an unsupported Mac

You can download and install OpenCore Legacy Patcher on your Mac, create a bootable installer of macOS Ventura on your Mac, and then boot up macOS Ventura on your Mac.

Can I upgrade from Big Sur to Ventura? ›

How to update to Ventura from Monterey, Big Sur, Catalina or Mojave. If you are running any of the above versions of macOS you will be able to install macOS Ventura via System Preferences > Software update following the process outlined above, as long as your Mac supports the update.

Do M1 Macs use UEFI? ›

M1 Macs use macOS as the moral equivalent of the UEFI setup menu.

Can M2 chip run Windows? ›

Windows 11 was released by Microsoft on October 5th 2021 and you can now install Windows 11 on a Mac including M1 and M2 Macs. Windows 11 requires a physical TPM chip to run and although Macs don't have one, Parallels can now emulate a virtual TPM chip so that Windows 11 will run on both Intel and M1 or M2 Macs.

Does Bootcamp slow down Mac M1? ›

Boot Camp allows Windows to have full access to all of the computer's processing power and such. Boot Camp won't slow down the computer either. It basically just makes it possible for you to run Windows on a Mac.

What is UTM good for? ›

UTM codes help you track the performance of each of those links so you can see where your traffic is coming from. You can use the UTM variables within the link to track general information, like how much traffic you're getting from social media.

What is UTM Apple? ›

UTM is a full featured system emulator and virtual machine host for iOS and macOS. It is based off of QEMU. In short, it allows you to run Windows, Linux, and more on your Mac, iPhone, and iPad. More information at https://getutm.app/ and https://mac.getutm.app/

How do I transfer UTM files to Mac? ›

Sharing Files with your Mac

Shut down your Windows virtual machine, then with UTM running and the Windows VM selected, click on the Sharing tab. Click Enable Directory Sharing, then click Save. You'll see Shared Directory listed now under the idle virtual machine.

Can M2 MacBook run Linux? ›

As with the previous M1-powered MacBooks, the M2-powered MacBook Pro 13 cannot currently run Linux natively on bare metal. Even with an ARM-based Linux distro, right now you're out of luck.

Is VirtualBox for Mac M1? ›

VirtualBox now works with M1 and M2 Macs

With VirtualBox 7.0, users can finally create and run virtual machines on a Mac equipped with an Apple Silicon chip, which includes the M1 and M2 chips.

Can Parallels run Linux on M1? ›

To run Linux on an M1-based Mac using Parallels:

Download the free trial version of Parallels from its official website and install it just like you would any other third-party Mac app. 2. Launch Parallels and complete the setup process.

How much RAM do I need for Parallels Mac M1? ›

Parallels Desktop 18 for Mac system requirements:
Minimum To run most applications such as Microsoft Office, accounting, trading, SAP, Matlab, and more
ProcessorApple M2, M1 Ultra, M1 Pro, M1 Max, and M1 chips, Intel Core 2 Duo, Core i3, Core i5, Core i7, Core i9, Intel Core M or Xeon processor
Memory4 GB of RAM
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What is Rosetta for M1 Macs? ›

Rosetta works automatically in the background whenever you use an app that was built only for Mac computers with an Intel processor. It translates the app for use with Apple silicon. In most cases, you won't notice any difference in the performance of an app that needs Rosetta.

Do all M1 Macs have Rosetta? ›

macOS has a clever tool called Rosetta which “translates” Intel only apps and programs so that they work on Apple Silicon M1 Macs and M2 Macs. However, Rosetta is not installed by default on M1 or M2 Macs and you'll only be prompted to install it the first time you open an Intel only application or program.

How do I enable system extensions on M1 Mac? ›

To enable system extensions, you need to modify the security settings in the Recovery environment. To do this, shut down your system. Then press and hold the Touch ID or power button to launch Startup Security Utility. In Startup Security Utility, enable kernel extensions from the Security Policy button.

Does target mode work with M1 Mac? ›

It should be noted that there is no Target Disk Mode on Apple silicon Mac. The previous Target Disk Mode is replaced by Share Disk (also called Mac Sharing Mode), a new startup option on M1 Mac. Similarly, M1 Mac Target Disk Mode offers a way for you to access the startup disk of your Mac from another connected Mac.

How do I run a diagnostic test on my Mac M1? ›

Turn on your Mac, then immediately press and hold the D key on your keyboard as your Mac starts up. Release when you see a progress bar or you're asked to choose a language.

Will boot camp ever work on M1 Mac? ›

If you have an Apple M-series chip, Boot Camp will not work as it requires a Mac with an Intel processor. To install Windows on your M-series Mac, you can use Parallels Desktop for Mac.

How do I enable booting from external media on Mac M1? ›

With the Mac powered off, connect the external bootable drive to the Thunderbolt 3 port. Turn the Mac back on with a long press of the power button, holding until the screen shows startup options. Select the bootable external drive. Your Mac will then boot from the external drive instead of the internal storage.

Is M1 Mac better than M2? ›

Better performance and efficiency for gamers and creatives

Apple M2 chips deliver faster, power-efficient performance. Compared to an M1, an Apple M2 MacBook Pro delivers the goods with 18 percent greater multithreaded performance.

How do I put my M1 in Mac in Target Disk Mode? ›

If the computer is off, start it up while pressing and holding the T key. If the computer is on, choose Apple menu > System Settings, then click General in the sidebar (you may need to scroll down). Click Startup Disk on the right, then click Restart in Target Disk Mode.

How can I improve my Mac M1 performance? ›

How to make a Mac run faster
  1. Restart your Mac. ...
  2. Delete unnecessary files, apps and other items that are taking up space – especially if you have less than 10% of your Mac's storage free.
  3. Update your software in case there is a software issue that is causing the problem.
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How do I run a Mac diagnostic test without Internet? ›

Select Apple Menu > Restart. Press and hold the D key until you see a list of different languages on the screen. Select a language. Apple Diagnostics starts automatically.
...
What if diagnostics found no issues
  1. Go to the Maintenance tab.
  2. Specify what should be done. ...
  3. Press Run.
17 Jul 2020

How do I run a full system diagnostic? ›

In Windows 10, go to Start , then select Settings > Privacy > Diagnostics & feedback. In Windows 11, go to Start , then select Settings > Privacy & security > Diagnostics & feedback.

How do I get my Mac inspected? ›

Follow the steps below to Inspect Element on Mac:
  1. The primary step is to enable the Developer menu. To do so, open the Safari browser, click on Safari -> Preferences.
  2. Click on Advanced. Check the Show Develop menu in menu bar checkbox. ...
  3. The Inspect Element feature is now enabled.
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Which emulator works on Mac M1? ›

And while RetroArch is technically available on M1 Macs, many emulation fans seem to enjoy OpenEmu quite a bit more. There are different “cores” that you need, such as one for playing NES games, and another for playing SEGA Genesis games.

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