Apple announced the new version of macOS Catalina during June WWDC 2019, an update that is presented as an important update of its well-known operating system for its line of Mac computers; iMac, MacBook and Mac Pro.
To everyone’s surprise, the new version of the operating system will be compatible with 2012 computers, something that demonstrates the importance of the Mac within Apple and this is demonstrated by prolonging its life.
List of Macs compatible with macOS Catalina 10.15
The only thing that can stop you from updating your computer to macOS Catalina is that you have a Mac too old, prior to 2012, in that case, if you should consider changing equipment, but if your team is one of those shown to Next you should not worry, you could upgrade to macOS Catalina this coming Fall.
- MacBook (early 2015 and later)
- MacBook Pro (mid 2012 and newer).
- MacBook Air (mid 2012 and newer)
- Mac Mini (late 2012 or newer)
- iMac (late 2012 or newer)
- iMac Pro (2017 or newer)
- Mac Pro (late 2013 or newer)
As you can see, all Mac computers based on third-generation Core processors Ivy Bridge architecture will update macOS Catalina. The previous models, based on second-generation Core processors Sandy Bridge architecture are not compatible with this update. We remind you that macOS Catalina is identified with version number 10.15 and is currently in beta for developers.
Over the next few weeks, it will be progressing with the launch of new revisions that will bring improvements focused mainly on the correction of errors, until shaping a candidate release version that will end up reaching all users. We hope that the launch of the final version of macOS Catalina to take place later this year. As in the case of the previous updates that Apple has released for its line of Mac equipment will be completely free.