At WWDC 2022, Apple announced the list of devices that support MacOS 13 Ventura.
Apple recently introduced macOS 13 Ventura. With the completion of the transition from Intel to Apple Silicon and the unveiling of the new M2 chip, it must be said that the new Mac OS is limited to new devices.
macOS Monterey supported a large number of Macs; But Apple is narrowing the gap between Intel Macs and Macs that support silicon. The popular Mac Pro, for example, will not run the company’s latest operating system, macOS 13 Ventura. The full list of Macs compatible with this operating system is provided below.
Complete list of macOS 13 Ventura compatible Macs
iMac 2017 and beyond
iMac Pro 2017 onwards
MacBook Air 2018 onwards
MacBook Pro 2017 onwards
Mac Pro 2019 onwards
Mac mini 2018 onwards
MacBook 2017 and beyond
Mac Studio 2022
Note that only two years after Apple switched from PowerPC to Intel did it discontinue support for all previous devices. While Apple has been moving from Intel to its own silicon since the macOS 11 Big Sur. However, if Apple decides to cut support for all Intel Macs at once in 2023, users will have at least another year to take advantage of new features and software updates.
macOS 13 Ventura with Stage Manager feature brings a new way of working between applications and operating systems that automatically organizes open applications and windows so that users can focus more on their work and still keep everything at a glance To manage. The Handoff feature is also added to FaceTime, allowing users to start their FaceTime call on an Apple device and transfer it to another nearby Apple device.
It should also be noted that messages on the Mac will now be editable or can cancel the recently sent message. The ability to mark messages as unread has also been added, and users can also recover accidentally deleted messages.
Is your mac compatible with macOS 13 Ventura? Please share your comments with Tekratoo in the comments section.