Apple unveiled macOS Ventura at WWDC on Tuesday, detailing some new features coming to the desktop operating system, including improvements to Mail, Spotlight, Safari and Passkeys, Messages, Photos, Continuity Camera and Stage Manager, which also makes its way to M1 iPads.
What Macs will support macOS Ventura? Check out the list below:
- iMac – 2017 and later
- Mac Pro – 2019 and later
- iMac Pro – 2017
- Mac mini – 2018 and later
- MacBook Air – 2018 and later
- MacBook – 2017 and later
- MacBook Pro – 2017 and later
Compared to macOS Monterey from last year, we see the following Macs get dropped from the latest release: Late 2015 iMac; Late 2013 Mac Pro; Late 2014 Mac mini; Early 2015 MacBook Air; Early 2016 MacBook; Early 2015 MacBook Pro.
Below is the list of Macs that currently support macOS Monterey:
- iMac – Late 2015 and later
- Mac Pro – Late 2013 and later
- iMac Pro – 2017 and later
- Mac mini – Late 2014 and later
- MacBook Air – Early 2015 and later
- MacBook – Early 2016 and later
- MacBook Pro – Early 2015 and later
Developers can download macOS Ventura beta today, while a public beta release is coming in July.