Apple Silicon M1,
M2 as a Service

Mac Bare Metal

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Apple Silicon <span>M1,</br> M2 as a Service</span> </br>Mac Bare Metal

Apple Mac as a Service

Looking for Mac as a Service? Look no further than IPHOST. Our Bare Metal Mac Mini hosting solutions provide reliable and secure computing power for all your needs.

M2 16GB 512GB

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  • Mac mini
  • Apple M2 chip
  • 16 GB RAM
  • 512 GB SSD storage
  • Network
  • 1 Gbps network port
  • Top features
  • Mac mini
  • Apple M2 chip
  • 8 Core CPU
  • 10 Core GPU
  • 16 Core Neural Engine
  • 16 GB RAM
  • 512 GB SSD storage
  • Network
  • 1 Gbps network port
  • Unlimited traffic
  • 1 IPv4
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93
40
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Studio M1 Ultra

  • Top features
  • Mac Studio
  • Apple M1 Ultra chip
  • 64 GB RAM
  • 1 TB SSD storage
  • Network
  • 1 Gbps network port
  • Top features
  • Mac Studio
  • Apple M1 Ultra chip
  • 20 Core CPU
  • 64 Core GPU
  • 16 Core Neural Engine
  • 64 GB RAM
  • 1 TB SSD storage
  • Network
  • 1 Gbps network port
  • Unlimited traffic
  • 1 IPv4
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379
05
$ / month

M1 16GB 1TB

  • Top features
  • Mac mini
  • Apple M1 chip
  • 16 GB RAM
  • 1 TB SSD storage
  • Network
  • 1 Gbps network port
  • Top features
  • Mac mini
  • Apple M1 chip
  • 8 Core CPU
  • 8 Core GPU
  • 16 Core Neural Engine
  • 16 GB RAM
  • 1 TB SSD storage
  • Network
  • 1 Gbps network port
  • Unlimited traffic
  • 1 IPv4
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85
80
$ / month

M2 16GB 256GB

  • Top features
  • Mac mini
  • Apple M2 chip
  • 16 GB RAM
  • 512 GB SSD storage
  • Network
  • 1 Gbps network port
  • Top features
  • Mac mini
  • Apple M2 chip
  • 8 Core CPU
  • 10 Core GPU
  • 16 Core Neural Engine
  • 16 GB RAM
  • 512 GB SSD storage
  • Network
  • 1 Gbps network port
  • Unlimited traffic
  • 1 IPv4
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96
66
$ / month

M2 16GB 1TB

  • Top features
  • Mac mini
  • Apple M2 chip
  • 16 GB RAM
  • 1 TB SSD storage
  • Network
  • 1 Gbps network port
  • Top features
  • Mac mini
  • Apple M2 chip
  • 8 Core CPU
  • 10 Core GPU
  • 16 Core Neural Engine
  • 16 GB RAM
  • 1 TB SSD storage
  • Network
  • 1 Gbps network port
  • Unlimited traffic
  • Storage
  • 1 IPv4
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103
18
$ / month

M2 Pro 16 GB 512 GB

  • Top features
  • Mac mini
  • Apple M2 Pro chip
  • 16 GB RAM
  • 512 GB stocare SSD
  • Network
  • 1 Gbps network port
  • Top features
  • Mac mini
  • Apple M2 Pro chip
  • 10 Core CPU
  • 16 Core GPU
  • 16 Core Neural Engine
  • 16 GB RAM
  • 512 GB stocare SSD
  • Network
  • 1 Gbps network port
  • Unlimited traffic
  • 1 IPv4
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161
83
$ / month

M2 Pro 16 GB 1 TB

  • Top features
  • Mac mini
  • Apple M2 Pro chip
  • 16 GB RAM
  • 1 TB stocare SSD
  • Network
  • 1 Gbps network port
  • Top features
  • Mac mini
  • Apple M2 Pro chip
  • 10 Core CPU
  • 16 Core GPU
  • 16 Core Neural Engine
  • 16 GB RAM
  • 1 TB stocare SSD
  • Network
  • 1 Gbps network port
  • Unlimited traffic
  • 1 IPv4
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205
27
$ / month

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What is Mac as a Service (MaaS)?

Mac as a Service (MaaS) refers to a cloud computing model where Mac computers are offered as a service over the internet. With MaaS, users can access and use a Mac computer remotely from anywhere, without having to purchase or maintain physical hardware. This model is particularly useful for developers, designers, and businesses that require Mac computers for their work but do not want the hassle of managing them.

Frequently asked questions (FAQ)

Apple MAC as a service, also known as Mac Cloud, is a cloud-based solution that allows users to access and use macOS-powered devices and software remotely, over the internet. This service is especially useful for businesses or individuals who need to use macOS-based applications or software but don't have access to a physical Mac computer.

 

IPHOST is a hosting provider that offers a range of cloud-based services, including Mac Cloud. Their Mac Cloud hosting solution allows users to access and use macOS-powered devices and software remotely, over the internet. IPHOST's Mac Cloud hosting solution is designed to provide users with a high-performance, secure, and reliable computing environment that is accessible from anywhere, at any time. Additionally, IPHOST offers a range of customizable hosting plans to meet the specific needs and requirements of their customers.

The Mac hosting service cannot be activated without prior payment, as its setup involves human intervention. However, if the service does not meet your needs, you can cancel it and request a refund within the first 30 days, in accordance with our refund policy.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Apple MAC as a service, such as the one provided by IPHOST, works by allowing users to access and use macOS-powered devices and software remotely, over the internet. Here is how it typically works:

 

  1. A user subscribes to the Mac Cloud hosting service provided by IPHOST.
  2. IPHOST provides the user with access to a Mac Mini bare metal server, which is located in one of their data centers.
  3. The user then uses a VNC (Virtual Network Computing) client, such as the built-in Screen Sharing app on a Mac computer, to remotely access and control the Mac Mini server.
  4. The user can then install and use any macOS-based applications or software they need on the remote server, just as if they were using a physical Mac computer.
  5. The user's data and applications are stored on the remote server, which is maintained and managed by IPHOST.

 

IPHOST's Mac Cloud hosting solution is designed to provide users with a high-performance, secure, and reliable computing environment that is accessible from anywhere, at any time. Additionally, IPHOST offers a range of customizable hosting plans to meet the specific needs and requirements of their customers.

There are several benefits of using Apple MAC as a service, especially when provided by a reliable hosting provider like IPHOST. Here are some of the benefits:

 

  1. Access to macOS-based software: With Mac Cloud, users can access and use macOS-based applications and software from any device with an internet connection, including Windows or Linux machines.

  2. Cost savings: Using Mac Cloud eliminates the need to purchase and maintain physical Mac computers, which can be expensive, especially for businesses with a large number of users.

  3. High performance and reliability: Mac Cloud hosting providers like IPHOST use powerful servers with high-speed internet connections to ensure optimal performance and reliability.

  4. Scalability: Mac Cloud hosting solutions are highly scalable, allowing users to increase or decrease resources as needed, without having to invest in new hardware.

  5. Enhanced security: Mac Cloud hosting providers like IPHOST take security very seriously, implementing advanced security measures and regularly updating their software and hardware to ensure data protection.

  6. Backup and disaster recovery: IPHOST provides backup and disaster recovery services to protect user data in case of system failures or disasters.

 

Overall, using Apple MAC as a service, such as the one provided by IPHOST, can help businesses and individuals save money, increase productivity, and ensure the security and reliability of their computing environment.

Apple MAC as a service, such as the one provided by IPHOST, is different from traditional access control in several ways:

 

  1. Remote access: Apple MAC as a service allows users to remotely access and use macOS-based devices and software, whereas traditional access control typically involves physical access to devices and software.

  2. Cost: Apple MAC as a service is typically less expensive than traditional access control, as it eliminates the need for businesses to purchase and maintain physical Mac computers.

  3. Scalability: Apple MAC as a service is highly scalable, allowing users to increase or decrease resources as needed, without having to invest in new hardware. Traditional access control may require businesses to invest in new hardware as they grow.

  4. Maintenance: Apple MAC as a service providers like IPHOST are responsible for maintaining and managing the hardware and software infrastructure needed to provide the service, whereas traditional access control requires businesses to maintain their own hardware and software.

  5. Security: Apple MAC as a service providers like IPHOST implement advanced security measures to protect user data, whereas traditional access control may require businesses to implement their own security measures.

  6. Accessibility: Apple MAC as a service allows users to access and use macOS-based devices and software from any device with an internet connection, whereas traditional access control may limit accessibility to specific physical locations.

 

Overall, Apple MAC as a service, such as the one provided by IPHOST, offers businesses and individuals a more cost-effective, scalable, and secure way to access and use macOS-based devices and software, compared to traditional access control methods.

Several types of organizations can benefit from using Apple MAC as a service, including:

 

  1. Small businesses and startups that need access to macOS-based software and tools but may not have the budget to invest in physical Mac computers.

  2. Remote workers and teams who need to access macOS-based applications and software from different locations.

  3. Enterprises and large organizations that need to provide macOS-based applications and software to a large number of users across different locations.

  4. Educational institutions that use macOS-based software and tools for teaching and learning.

  5. Creative professionals such as designers, animators, and video editors who use resource-intensive macOS-based applications.

  6. Software developers who need to test their applications on macOS-based systems.

 

Overall, any organization or individual that needs to use macOS-based applications and software but may not have the budget or infrastructure to invest in physical Mac computers can benefit from using Apple MAC as a service.

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