After the anticipated arrival of iOS 11 last week, Apple now turns its attention to macOS High Sierra. Version 10.13 of the desktop operating system will be available to users today. As with iOS 11, download availability will come in waves so not all users will have access simultaneously.
Here is a list of Macs that will run macOS High Sierra, according to Apple:
- 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)
Want some helpful tips before upgrading to High Sierra? Check out our guide: Tech Tips: A Few Things To Do Before Upgrading to High Sierra.
We’ve already had a chance to go in-depth with the High Sierra beta and have shared our thoughts. Check them out here: macOS High Sierra Features That You’ll Want To Upgrade For.
You can find all of our High Sierra coverage here, and be sure to share your experiences with the new macOS is the comments section.