Curious to know if your current Mac will run macOS Sierra when it’s released later this year?
See also: Will your iPhone or iPad run iOS 10?
Just because it can run Mac OS X 10.11 El Capitan doesn’t mean it can run Apple’s latest operating system.
According to the information made available at the WWDC 2016 keynote, here is a list of the Macs that will be supported:
- iMac: Late 2009 or newer
- MacBook: Late 2009 or newer
- MacBook Air: Late 2010 or newer
- MacBook Pro: Mid 2010 or newer
- Mac Mini: Mid 2010 or newer
- Mac Pro: Mid 2010 or newer
El Capitan supported some Macs going as far back as mid 2007.
Support for all Xserve systems has also been dropped in macOS Sierra.
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