Apple on Tuesday said macOS High Sierra will be available beginning September 25. The update builds on the features and technology first introduced in the Sierra update in 2016.
According to Apple, High Sierra will make your Mac more reliable, capable, and responsive. While there aren’t many new consumer-facing features, Apple says the heart of High Sierra should provide users with a safer, more responsive experience. Some of your Mac’s core apps, including Photos, are also getting a boost.
And if you’ve been dying to explore the market of virtual reality, High Sierra will make several Macs VR-ready.
If you’re interested in giving Apple’s new desktop software a go, below is a list of Macs that will support High Sierra.
- 2009 or newer MacBook
- 2009 or newer iMac
- 2010 or newer MacBook Pro
- 2010 or newer MacBook Air
- 2010 or newer Mac mini
- 2010 or newer Mac Pro