Find Out Which macOS Sierra Feature Will Work on Your Mac

Uzair Ghani
Posted Sep 20, 2016
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Here is a list of macOS Sierra features that might not work with older Mac computers. Don’t be surprised if you fall short of something.

Certain macOS Sierra Features Might Not Work on Older Macs – Check The List and See Which Ones

macOS Sierra has been released and is rolling out the world over for compatible Mac computers. While this is good news as Sierra supports a wide variety of Macs, but there are certain tradeoffs to keep in mind if you’re in the ownership of an ancient machine. Basically something that’s on the verge of seeing itself getting obsolete but still has official support for macOS Sierra.

So, if you have an old Mac, what feature will you miss out on? According to Apple’s own macOS Sierra ‘How to Upgrade’ page, these are the things you should keep an eye out for:

If you do not fulfill the requirement as laid out above, then that particular feature will not work for you. But chances are high that if your Mac does support macOS Sierra, you will be able to enjoy most of what Apple has to offer. After all, it would be unwise to say Apple is purposely crippling a few things for users and forcing them to upgrade, right?

Users are requested to update to macOS Sierra immediately as it’s a free update. Besides, you win more than you lose if you do jump onboard as macOS Sierra brings with it a decent amount of features which users can enjoy. Siri, for example.

Wrap Up

Quite frankly, the price of the update is what’s more compelling apart from the feature set which Apple is advertising for its latest desktop OS. Even if you do update and find nothing of your interest, then there’s no harm at all as you do not lose anything, especially in the finance department.

We are certain some users are going to dig the Sierra update a lot, mainly due to Siri, iCloud Desktop and Universal Clipboard. The last of the trio of features is absolutely wonderful as it allows you to copy something on one device and paste it onto another. It’s basically cut, copy and paste, but taken up a few levels.

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