macOS 10.15 Catalina Compatibility: Full List Of Compatible Macs
Here’s macOS 10.15 Catalina compatibility list showing all compatible Macs which will work with Apple’s latest desktop operating system version.
Once you tell anyone regarding macOS Catalina and its features, the enviable next question which is asked is: which Mac hardware does macOS 10.15 supports? Here are the details relating to compatibility for Apple’s latest desktop operating system.
If you live within Apple’s ecosystem, and part of that ownership is either a MacBook, iMac, or even one of Apple’s powerful Mac Minis, then you are going to be wondering if the upgrade to Apple’s desktop OS is going to be inclusive of your hardware or if you are going to be ruled out of the party.
The included list below will ultimately answer that and will either leave you feeling elated or leaving you wondering just how much money you need to spend to be included in the macOS 10.15 party.
As far as compatibility is concerned, you can check out the list below to see if your Mac is compatible to run macOS 10.15 or not:
So, there you have it. An overview of the hardware which Apple has deemed worthy of being in receipt of the macOS 10.15 upgrade. That means if you own one of the Mac machines highlighted above, or have plans to purchase or upgrade to one of those machines in the relatively near future, then you are going to be good to go and primed to hit the ground running with the free-of-charge macOS 10.15 update is released. If not, and your machine has been excluded, then it’s back to the drawing board as to the next steps. That will generally include determining whether or not macOS 10.15 is feature rich enough for you to make the jump to a new Mac.
If you are part of the inclusive bunch, then it means you will not only get access to all of the new features outlined in macOS 10.15 but you will also be at the cutting-edge of Mac security, which is often times more important than the introduction of new functionality. Still, this could be a very handy excuse to grab a hardware update and cite Apple’s reluctance to support your older machine as a perfect reason for the cost outlay.