not really, since running android apps is still a work in progress and doesn't work particularly well, which is why it was pulled from the
original win11 release.
meanwhile, m1 macs run ios apps, and do so quite well.
/May/ run iOS apps, however, many developers have disabled that facility. It's not as useful in reality as it could have been.
I've written tutorials for how to set up Linux emulation on both Android and on Windows 10,
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