Deepin OS has recently announced that it has officially adapted to the Apple Mac mini M1 in the beta version of Deepin OS V23. The Mac mini M1 is a computer host released by Apple in November last year. It is equipped with an 8-core M1 processor with a maximum clock frequency of up to 3.2GHz and has two Thunderbolt interfaces, two USB 3.0 Type A interfaces, one HDMI 2.0 interface, and one 3.5mm headphone interface.
This adaptation lays the foundation for the porting work of two other computers in the same series-MacBook Air M1 and MacBook Pro M1, in the future. Although Deepin OS can generally be booted on Mac mini M1, there are still some adaptation issues, such as a lack of software applications, no setup wizard on the first boot, sound and GPU hardware acceleration not available, and so on. At present, the official is actively addressing these issues.
It is reported that the Deepin OS V23 beta version is a phased version of Deepin OS V23, released in May this year. The official stated that this version is an upgrade based on the V23 Alpha version, but it is not recommended for production environments.