Here’s a complete list of Macs that are compatible to run the new macOS Sierra 10.12. Includes iMac, MacBook, Mac Pro or Mac mini in this list, you are good to go with Sierra update.
It is the latest version of Mac software platform Apple announced earlier this year and renamed successor to OS X El Capitan, as macOS Sierra 10.12. By now, you’ll no doubt be aware of the new macOS Sierra and it’s not yet another Apple software platform to power a new wave of devices, but rather a reimagining of OS X to bring it more in line with the company’s other platforms. Roll out begin for every Mac owners on September 20th, but it appears that not all Mac systems in operation will be able to get in on the macOS action.
Although Apple continually trying its hardest to make sure that as many devices as possible are supported when never firmware drops. Either it could be an iOS or macOS, Apple genuinely seems to want to try and bring the new features and improvements owners of old and new. For that reminding, the hardware sometimes need necessary requirements to operate the software efficiently sadly rules out certain pieces of kit, which is somewhat exactly the case now as Apple has had to rule out Macs that were manufactured from the year 2007 to mid 2009.
Those Mac owners, if you are looking forward to getting to grips with macOS Sierra, and you must definitely did love the new features that were introduced, then you should have one of the following Mac machines you will be golden.
The list of Macs supported to run macOS Sierra are as follows:
- MacBook (Late 2009 or newer)
- MacBook Pro (Mid 2010 or newer)
- MacBook Air (Late 2010 or newer)
- Mac mini (Mid 2010 or newer)
- iMac (Late 2009 or newer)
- Mac Pro (Mid 2010 or newer)
If your owned machine doesn’t fall under those circumstances, then it looks like you have a couple of options available; either accept the inevitable and make do with the extremely pleasurable and capable OS X 10.11 El Capitan. Or, buy a brand new Mac computer that is not only capable of installing macOS Sierra, but nevertheless also, you actually wait to make that investment. May be one of the first breeds of new Mac to actually ship with it pre-installed.