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Apple Updates 13" MacBook Pro with 10th Gen Intel CPUs

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Excuse me for the banal question, but I'm interested in the new XPS 15" 9500 that will use the i7-10750H/i7-10875H. They're Comet Lake, so are they supported?
IDK, off the top of my head, i don't think there are any comet lake based real macs yet. They will likely be coming. Pretty sure the 16" is still coffee lake but i cant remember. But as mentioned, Comet is essentially the same thing as Coffee and Kaby so it will probably work- at most needing some CPUID spoof.
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The CPU spec is really disappointing. Using the 8th generation Core in 2020? It seems that Apple is helping Intel clear inventory and staying on this sinking ship.
 
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Z490 and Comet-Lake being pretty much a re-brand or very minor update of Z390 and Coffee-Lake that is already well supported, it probably will work fine.

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It doesn't work like on the old machines.
The kernel gets loaded but after that nothing happens.
I've the hardware from Intel since last week and I'm experimenting a lot,
that problem is not a faulty configured EFI or something like that.

Virtual machine is not an issue but even there you have to use a Fake ID, otherwise the same problems as with the real installation attempt will occur.

The strange part is that if you try to use the same Fake ID and a native installation way it fails also.
 
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