Here is a very early beta of Linux on the m1 for *advanced users only*. https://downloads.corellium.info/linux.macho if you don't know how to run this then wait till tomorrow when the more complete release with USB, SMP is posted (with instructions).
Wade says that "All of @CorelliumHQ’s Linux for M1 code will be released under a permissive open-source license and we are actively looking to upstream it into Linux."
Corellium's official account also retweeted the announcement but again suggests most users wait until tomorrow to give it a try.
"We recommend waiting until a version is posted that has stable USB. It will not be useful to most users until then. Check back tomorrow"
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Apple's new M1 Macs can be ordered here:
● 13-inch MacBook Air with M1 Chip
● 13-inch MacBook Pro with M1 Chip
● Mac mini with M1 Chip