iOS 12 is currently being tested for a final release later this year. But will your iPhone or iPad be able to run it? Check out the full list of devices compatible with iOS 12.
Apple today introduced the next version of its Mac operating system, macOS Mojave, at its WWDC keynote. The update brings a number of new features, including a dark mode, dynamic desktop, improved screenshot and screen capture tools, and new apps like Stocks and News. But will your Mac be able to run the free upgrade when it’s released later this year?
macOS Sierra is sporting more than just a new name. Apple’s next desktop operating system will introduce a slate of new features and, for the first time in more than two years, more demanding system requirements. Here’s what you need to know to see if your Mac can run Sierra when it’s released this fall.
Apple has gone to great lengths to make recent versions of OS X, including Mavericks and Yosemite, available on a wide range of Macs dating back in some cases to 2007. And with the announcement of the next version of OS X during this week’s WWDC event, it appears OS X El Capitan system requirements may be just as inclusive as its predecessors.