Apple on Monday revealed macOS 10.14 Mojave amid its WWDC 2018 keynote, affirming gossipy tidbits that the Mac is at long last getting the Dark Mode such huge numbers of individuals needed — unfortunately, there was no Dark Mode for iOS 12.
Be that as it may, Dark Mode isn’t the main new element in macOS Mojave. We have a bundle of new Apple applications, work area and discoverer enhancements, another Mac App Store understanding, and in addition a few protection and security highlights incorporated with Safari. What every one of that implies is that more established Macs won’t have the capacity to move up to Mojave in the not so distant future, regardless of whether they run High Sierra fine and dandy.
Coming this fall as a free refresh, which is standard for Apple’s new OS discharges, Mojave will be good with MacBooks and Macs presented in mid-2012 or later, and additionally 2010 and 2012 Mac Pro models that element prescribed Metal-proficient illustrations cards.
This means Apple dropped bolster for a few Macs, including more seasoned MacBook, MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, Mac Mini, iMac, and Mac Pro models. Then again, in the event that despite everything you claim a 2009 or 2010 MacBook or Mac that is as of now on High Sierra, at that point you’ve presumably had a more than conventional run. There’s maybe no Windows-based machine made in 2009 or 2010 that can offer an awesome Windows 10 encounter.
On the off chance that you need to move up to a Mac that can run Mojave and appreciate that Dark Mode encounter, at that point your most logical option would sit tight for Apple to discharge its 2018 Macs, which will presumably run macOS 10.14 out of the crate.
On the off chance that you need something more reasonable, yet at the same time ensured to run Mojave, at that point ensure you get one of these — the more up to date, the better, as it’ll likely get a lot of macOS refreshes:
Retina MacBook (mid-2015 or later)
MacBook Air (mid-2012 or later)
MacBook Pro (mid-2012 or later)
Macintosh Mini (late 2012 or later)
iMac (late 2012 or later)
iMac Pro (2017 — that is the primary gen and just model up until now)
Macintosh Pro (mid-2010 and mid-2012 models with suggested GPUs, and anything more up to date)
macOS Mojave is accessible in designer beta at the present time, and you can introduce it immediately on good equipment in the event that you approach an engineered profile.