UPGRADING YOUR MAC OS?
macOS 10.14 Mojave release date, Sep 24, 2018
As a service to our clients, we use Robot Cloud to block macOS upgrades. Use the form below to opt-out.
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Industry best practices recommend users NOT upgrade to the latest release of an operating system — until the upgrade has been vetted. Typically this means waiting for a subsequent update, or two. This approach allows consumers and IT professional with test devices to tryout the new operating system and discover any unexpected performance or workflow issues. This also allows third-party vendors — like Adobe, Extensis, Microsoft, Xerox and more — the opportunity to release compatible updates.
Even when Forget Computers does stamp our seal of approval on an OS upgrade, we recommending reviewing your entire office for "readiness" and testing on one or two Macs before rolling out to the entire office. Yes, this means that you might have to forgo the latest iTunes release while coordinating the upgrade process. However, this process of planning and scheduling also greatly reduces the risk of downtime and lost productivity in your office.
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Which Macs are compatible with macOS Mojave?
MacBook (Early 2015 or newer)
MacBook Air (Mid 2012 or newer)
MacBook Pro (Mid 2012 or newer)
Mac mini (Late 2012 or newer)
iMac (Late 2012 or newer)
iMac Pro (2017)
Mac Pro (Late 2013, plus mid-2010 and mid-2012 models with recommended Metal-capable GPU)
If your Mac isn’t on this list, you can continue to run macOS Sierra or High Sierra. Need a new Mac? Try our New Mac Form.