iOS mobile native apps can not run on all Macs, but if your Mac has an Apple M1 or M2 chip, you can easily run native iOS apps without third-party applications and emulators.

If you have an Intel-based Mac, then you have to use an emulator or a third-party application that simulates iOS or iPadOS. Before you proceed to run iOS apps on your Mac, you should ensure that your Mac has the M1 or M2 clip capable of running native apps.

To check if your Mac is capable, click on the Apple logo on your screen, select About this Mac, and under the clip section, check what clip it runs. If it has Apple M1 or M2, then your device has the capacity to run native apps.

In this guide, we will discuss how to install and run iOS apps on a MacBook.

Note that not all native Apps are available for Mac.

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