‘Touch Alternatives’ brings iPhone gestures to macOS Big Sur

Apple’s new macOS Big Sur 11.3 update includes a feature that could make using iPhone and iPad apps easier on a Mac.

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Thanks to Apple’s full stack development efforts, Macs equipped with M1 chips are able to natively run iOS and iPadOS apps. However, as apps designed for those operating systems assume touch inputs, navigating them can be finicky on a Mac without a touchscreen.

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