Focus on Apple's new M1 processor MacBook, along with Linux's father Linus Torvalds.
'in addition to the operating system, the new MacBook Air is almost perfect in my mind,' Torvalds said at a recent RWT forum.
'I've been looking forward to an arm processor laptop running Linux for many years,' he says. But for the new MBA, I don't have time to fix the Linux problem, and I don't want to fight apple, which has no interest in it.
Torvalds revealed in interviews as early as 2012 that he was a loyal user of MacBook Air. For why later give up, Torvalds also finally explained this time, because the screen broke after the maintenance took a long time, before the repair of their own changed a better notebook.
Torvalds also points out that he also found out at that time that Apple was becoming less and less friendly to Linux.