Apple unveiled the next-generation macOS at the WWDC 2019 keynote this week. macOS Catalina will land this fall (the beta is currently available to developers, and a public beta will land in July). But will your Mac run it, or has the time come to buy a new one? Must read: WWDC 2019: The new Mac Pro WWDC 2019 Why these announcements matter iPadOS: Improved Safari, multitasking, new homescreen New Mac Pro, monster workstation iOS 13 gets new privacy features WatchOS 6 updates Everything Apple just announced (CNET) What businesses need to know (TechRepublic) Here is a list of all the Macs that are compatible with macOS Catalina: 2017 iMac Pro and later 2015 MacBook and later 2013 Mac Pro and later 2012 iMac and later 2012 MacBook Air and later 2012 MacBook Pro and later 2012 Mac mini and later The good news is that this is similar to the compatibility list or macOS Mojave, except that the two models of the Mac Pro – the mid-2010 and mid-2012 Mac Pro – have been dropped from the list. The bad news is that if you dropped a lot of coin on a Mac Pro seven years ago, it’s come to the end of its life. See also: Next iPhone could borrow a handy Samsung and Huawei feature Google pulls Huawei’s Android support following Trump blacklist, claims report iOS 13 likely to drop support for a lot of older hardware iOS 12.3: iPhone tips and tricks iOS 12.3 draining your… [Read full story]
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