Parallels Desktop and Mac with Apple M1 Ultra chip compatibility

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As our customers know, Parallels cares deeply about the quality of our software products and the experience they provide. Since the new Mac computers with the Apple M1 Ultra chip have just been released, we will continue to do extensive testing and evaluations, both in our lab and with your help.  We will provide an update as soon as possible. However, if you find an issue with Parallels Desktop 17 that can be reproduced on a Mac with an Apple M1 Ultra chip, kindly let us know on the Forum

Known limitations

Currently, Parallels Desktop supports assigning up to 32GB of RAM and 8 CPUs to a virtual machine on Mac computers with Apple M1 chips.

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