Tag Archives: Compatibility
Catalina Isalnd with text "catalina quick tips: application compatibility" and images of 32-bit and 64-bit symbols Catalina Quick Tip: How to See...
macOS Catalina is 64-bit only. Apple has been phasing out 32-bit apps for years, and this operating system update takes the final step. You need to know which of...

GPU Upgrade Makes Mac Pro Tower...
Apple’s macOS 10.14 Mojave has been available to the world since September, and the Rocket Yard has outlined all Macs that are compatible with the new operating system. As we’ve reported,...

Apple’s iOS 11 Compatible Only With...
While macOS High Sierra does not drop support for any Macs that were compatible with the previous macOS iteration Sierra, iOS 11 does leave some devices behind. Apple announced...


See If Your Mac, iDevices Are...
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...

OWC Helps You Make Sure Your System is Ready for Mountain Lion OWC Helps You Make Sure Your...
Now that OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion has been released, it’s time to look into all that’s required to upgrade. We touched on this a little bit late last...

Intrepid Developer Gets OS X 10.8...
So, are you a little bummed that OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion isn’t going to run on your 32-bit Intel Mac?  Well bucker-up, little buckeroo, ‘cause it turns out...


Side by side picture of USB Type A 2.0/1.1 and 3.0 ports USB 3.0 Brings a New(ish) Plug
USB 3.0 is now officially a part of the Mac. It offers great speed, simple connectivity, and backward compatibility. In effect, it’s a faster version of the standard that...

2011 MacBook Pro SATA Problems Resolved!
If you’ve been reading the OWC Blog for the past few months, you’re probably well aware of the problems that 2011 MacBook Pros were having with 6.0Gb/s SATA performance....

OWC & NT Storage Solutions Lion...
You know that feeling when you’ve upgraded to a new operating system and you find that your favorite peripheral doesn’t work any more? We sure do; it stinks. That’s...

Updating to Lion? Make Sure Your...
Just a quick reminder: when OS X 10.7 is released later this month, there will be no support for PowerPC applications running under Rosetta. As we’ve known for several...