According to information provided by Apple during its last event, the new version of its operating system — macOS Monterey — will be available for download on October 25th (Monday). Interestingly, the final version will arrive just a few days after the second release candidate for programmers is released.
During this weekend the developers are certainly super busy making the last preparations so that their applications can take full advantage of the new features of MacOS Monterey. In addition, they also need to ensure that their applications are 100% compatible with the new processors — M1 Pro and M1 Max.
Apple has not revealed an official release time for macOS Monterey, but according to the MacRumors website, it is possible to estimate the release time with some confidence.
Obviously, even if the launch time is exact, it’s likely that it won’t reach all users at the same time.
If the predictions are correct, in Portugal Apple users will be able to count on the launch of macOS Monterey around 18 hours.
Which Apple Macs are compatible with MacOS Monterey?
MacOS Monterey will be compatible with almost all Macs capable of running Big Sur. Still, this new version marks the end of the line for some older MacBook Air and iMac models (2013 and 2014), as well as the 2015 MacBooks.
All Apple Mac models that compatible with MacOS Monterey:
- Macbook since 2016
- MacBook Air since 2015
- MacBook Pro since 2015
- iMac since 2015
- iMac Pro since 2017
- Mac mini since 2014
- Mac Pro since 2013
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