Here is a list of all the Macs compatible with macOS High Sierra final version. The OS is compatible with all Macs that support Sierra.
Macs Compatible with macOS High Sierra is Extremely Broad. Chances Are High You'll be Able to Install it Painlessly.
As we prepare for macOS High Sierra to arrive, it's best to take the time out to see which of your Mac(s) is compatible to work with the new OS. The great news is that macOS High Sierra will work just fine as long as you can run macOS Sierra. But, if you have an older Mac then you won't be able to enjoy all the new features that the OS brings with it. For example, 4K HEVC playback is supported by Macs that feature Intel's sixth-generation CPUs. Furthermore, if your Mac does not feature a Thunderbolt 3 port, then you won't be able to take advantage of external GPU support either. But it's not something you'll miss out on completely if you are not planning to use your Mac beyond extremely basic tasks such as browsing the Web or creating a text document or two.
Macs Compatible with macOS High Sierra.
Nonetheless, the complete range of Macs that are all set to work with macOS High Sierra are as follows.
- iMac – 2009 or later.
- MacBook – 2009 or later.
- Mac Pro – 2010 or later.
- Mac mini – 2010 or later.
- MacBook Pro – 2010 or later.
- MacBook Air – 2010 or later.
Even if you have an older Mac mini that dates all the way back to 2010, you're well inside the umbrella to receive the new update. Heck, even the 2010 MacBook Air gets the love, which, by today's standard, is an extremely ancient notebook. But make no mistake, it's a brutal little notebook that knows how to get work done at a moment's notice.
As soon as macOS High Sierra goes live, we will be updating this post with links to guides on how to install it immediately. Also note that High Sierra is absolutely free to download and install, and it's a good idea to go ahead with it as soon as it becomes available the world over in a short while.
In the meantime, make sure your macOS High Sierra act is all sorted out before going ahead with the upgrade. A quick backup would be a good place to start followed by freeing up some free space.
Update: macOS High Sierra is now available to download.