Linux Kernel 6.2 is here, and it now has mainline support for Apple M1 chips

Version 6.2 of the Linux operating system has been released, and while those expecting sweeping feature additions might be disappointed, one change will stand out for many.

In a short blog post (opens in new tab), Linux founder and lead developer Linus Torvalds explained that, in the lead up to the release, there had been a few small fixes, stating: “I wasn’t going to apply any last-minute patches that weren’t actively pushed by maintainers”.

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