Ah sorry, I will rephrase it: I meant will MacOS run in a VM (and will Home Assistant function with that?).
I am aware that MacOS is only allowed on Apple Hardware, though getting it to run on other hardware was pretty much fun for me. I have two hackintosh setups which work the same as an Apple. I use it mainly to be able to use Logic X Pro and Final Cut Pro (I have bought these). So no I don’t have a real Mac (because I think the hardware is too weak for the price) and built a hackintosh instead. All my other devices are Apple, but my PC needs to be Windows/Linux/MacOS bootable and this works like a charm. I just have to make sure that I don’t update MacOS on patch days, usually it doesn’t take that long before I can update it, but updating it immediately might break the setup. But I don’t really care about if I have updates a week later, because I don’t use that OS very often.
But coming back to what I wanted to do is actually install MacOS on my Hyper-V server (and cross the fingers if it might work) and run Home Assistant from that.
The only thing what holds me back is what the iTunes component can do. (I mean for example the Xbox live component isn’t worth switching for if it would be Mac only for example). If it is worth to have this component installed then I might consider trying it.