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The future models of Apple computers such as Mac, iMac and MacBook (Air / Pro) will come with the macOS Mojave, which will be released in autumn. But which desktop computers, notebooks and workstations from Cupertino that are already on the market are ready for an upgrade? Which Apple Mac models are compatible with macOS 10.14 Mojave? If you want to know whether you can use dark mode, desktop stacks and new Apple apps with your device, then you've come to the right place. Below is a list of Mojave-compatible Macs.
Which Macs run macOS 10.14 Mojave? Which MacBook Air and which MacBook Pro are compatible with it? And can I upgrade my iMac to macOS Mojave? If you are plagued by these questions, please take a look at the following overview. The Mac, iMac and MacBook models mentioned in the list are compatible with an update to Mojave, according to numerous sources that have dealt with the current macOS beta:
Innovations in the system: About Apple macOS 10.14 Mojave (WWDC18)
How old is my mac Which MacBook do I have? Where can I see which operating system and which hardware I am using? You may be asking yourself these questions right now. Well, the answers are very obvious, namely in the menu bar of your Macs, iMacs and MacBooks. This is how you can find the information about the model, system and components of the computer:
You can also use the model number to identify your Apple Mac or use the model number of the mobile computer to identify the Apple MacBook Pro / Air. You can find the model number on a MacBook, for example, on the bottom of the device. You can either find it in an overview on the Apple Support page or with the Mactracker app check and see when the corresponding MacBook is from or whether you can install macOS 10.14 Mojave. You can also find the model number on the case of the Apple Mac or Apple iMac. Incidentally, these model numbers are compatible with macOS Mojave:
In addition to current reports from the media, beta versions that can be read, and some press releases from Apple that do not say too much, there are no other sources. As of the official release of Apple macOS 10.14 Mojave, which we are sure to on the this year's September keynote there will definitely be an official support document with a list of compatible Mac models. Until then you can still continue macOS High Sierra (compatible devices here) enjoy and you guys with this press release inform about the news from Mojave;)
Since some readers have written to me that their Macs, although they are officially still in the list of compatible Mac models, still do not offer an update to Mojave, I would like to briefly note this app tip: With a special tool called "macOS Mojave Patcher Tool for Unsupported Macs"You can also install the new operating system on Macs if these are normally not supported by Mojave. Since Mojave is a performance and stability update, I do not expect Macs that are currently running High Sierra to become slower. On the contrary : They should actually run faster and more stable than under macOS 10.13, but that's my guess - make a bootable backup before the update so that you won't be surprised!
After graduating from high school, Johannes completed an apprenticeship as a business assistant specializing in foreign languages. But then he decided to research and write, which resulted in his independence. For several years he has been working for Sir Apfelot, among others. His articles include product introductions, news, manuals, video games, consoles, and more. He follows Apple keynotes live via stream.