macOS 10.13 High Sierra Compatibility: Full List Of Macs Compatible With Apple’s Latest Desktop OS
If you have any interest in the progression of Apple’s Mac hardware, as well as the software which powers it, then you will already likely be aware of what has just been announced at this year’s WWDC in California. This time last year Apple decided to move away from OS X and rename the platform to macOS to bring it more in line with its other platforms, such as iOS and watchOS.
Last year we welcomed macOS Sierra 10.12 as the first release under the new naming moniker. This year we are welcoming macOS High Sierra 10.13 as the progression of that platform. That progression doesn’t just involve being the second major release since the macOS name change, but it also comes with a set of features and improvements that should definitely appeal to Mac users.
Apple has started progressing macOS 10.13 through its various beta stages in order to get it into as many hands as possible prior to a public launch later this year. This begins with macOS High Sierra beta 1 download released earlier today to those registered in the Apple Developer Program, and it will snowball from there. For those wondering, public beta is scheduled for release later this month.
As for compatibility, you can check out the list below to see if your Mac is compatible to run macOS 10.13.
- MacBook or iMac: Late 2009 or newer
- MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, Mac mini, or Mac Pro: 2010 or newer
So, if you happen to own one of those Macs, and are planning on upgrading your hardware in the very near future to something a little more modern, such as Apple’s MacBook Pro with Touch Bar, then you are guaranteed to be able to experience everything that macOS 10.13 offers.
That means you get all of the latest macOS features, all of the latest improvements and stability enhancements, and guaranteed access to the latest and greatest version of macOS to date. There’s a lot to look forward to with this release and we will keep you updated through every step of the journey as Apple moves towards an official release later in the year.