Intel chipset Apple Macbook 2020 does not support Windows 11

Apple Macbook 2020 buyers cannot run the Microsoft latest Windows 11 operating system due to missed TPM 2.0 hardware.

According to the Apple Insider reports, Apple users wouldn’t able to run Windows 11 on dual booting either on the newest Apple M1 Mac is not compatible with any version of Windows.

As a tip, You can install Install. win in the mirror-like others models that do not meet the official requirements to bypass the TPM 2.0. The Microsoft cleared unsupported hardware will be considered as an unsecured platform that wouldn’t able to get updates properly on their PC.

It doesn’t get any official support, including drivers and security updates on time after rollout monthly or feature updates every six months. The list of following Macs is the first models with CPUs that support TPM 2.0.

  • Apple Macbook 12″ inch 2017 variant
  • Apple Macbook Air 13″ inch, 2017
  • Apple Macbook 15″ inch 2016
  • Apple MacBook 13″ inch Pro, 2016
  • Apple MacBook 13″ inch four thunderbolts 3
  • Mac Mini 2018
  • iMac Pro 2017
  • iMac Retina 5K, 27″inch 2017
  • iMac Retina 4K, 21.5-inch, 2017
  • iMac 21.5 inches, 2017
  • Mac Pro ( 2019)

Any models that will be released in the year 2020 up to future models will never able to run the Windows 11 to be officially supported. However, The Intel models released later have the minimum requirements to run the Windows 11 OS. Most of Mac users don’t expect this.