Today’s WWDC keynote saw the unveiling of the next iterations of iOS and the newly named macOS. The announcements of iOS 10 and macOS Sierra will lead many to wonder whether their devices or Macs will support the new operating systems.
The Rocket Yard has put together a quick guide of devices compatible with the new operating systems.
It appears that for the first time since 2012, older Macs will be dropped from compatibility and will not run macOS Sierra, many of which are 2007-2009 models.
Here is a list of Mac models that will be compatible with macOS Sierra, according to Ars Technica:
- MacBook: (Late 2009 and later)
- iMac: (Late 2009 and later)
- MacBook Air: (2010 and later)
- MacBook Pro: (2010 and later)
- Mac mini: (2010 and later)
- Mac Pro: (2010 and later)
Here is a list of iDevices that will run iOS 10, according to Apple:
Note: Not all Macs and iDevices will support every feature of the new operating systems.