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Apple made several hardware and software announcements at Monday’s WWDC 2017 keynote. One of the quieter pieces of news centered around Apple’s follow-up to macOS Sierra named “macOS High Sierra”, and it’s sure to please Sierra users.
Apple has not dropped support for any additional Macs, meaning High Sierra will be compatible with all Macs that are capable of running macOS Sierra.
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Here is a list of all Macs compatible with High Sierra, which will be a free upgrade coming this fall:
- MacBook (Late 2009 or Later)
- iMac/iMac Pro (Late 2009 or Later)
- MacBook Air (2010 or Later)
- MacBook Pro (2010 or Later)
- Mac mini (2010 or Later)
- Mac Pro (2010 or Later)
To find out if your Mac is macOS High Sierra-ready, simply click the Apple icon in the top left of your screen and select About This Mac. And be sure to check out our My Upgrades tool to ensure your Mac runs High Sierra at its best!Check out the Rocket Yard’s complete WWDC 2017 coverage here.
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