At Apple’s WWDC 22, we got to see the new OSs that will be released later this year. The new iOS 16 for iPhones, iPadOS 16 for iPads as well as the new macOS 13 codenamed Ventura for Macs. WWDC is special because other events only include hardware and only this event is where we get to see new OS updates. macOS 13 is the latest iteration of macOS which brings some useful features. If you have a Mac and want to try the new Mac or just want to know if it’s available on your mac later this year, then here you will find macOS 13 Ventura compatible devices list.
This year macOS Ventura has got a ton of interesting features that make the OS more useful. macOS Ventura brings improved search in Mail for accurate results, recall mails, enhanced image search in spotlight, new search design, easy sign in with passkeys in Safari, Undo/Edit Messages, and many common features from iOS 16. These features will ease the use of Mac.
When there are a number of new features out there, users tend to try new features on their macs. Now, as with every operating system out there, there always will be a limited number of devices that will be supported. So, here is the list of compatible devices that will be able to run macOS 13. And you can go ahead and even try the macOS 13 beta if your Mac is eligible.
macOS 13 Ventura Supported Devices
- iMac (2017 and Later)
- iMac Pro (2017)
- MacBook (2017 and Later)
- MacBook Pro (2017 and Later)
- Mac mini (2018 and Later)
- MacBook Air (2018 and Later)
- Mac Pro (2019 and Later)
- Mac Studio 2022
Well, all the Mac systems from 2015 or older are no longer supported by the new OS. But, that doesn’t mean your old Macs are useless. As long as macOS 12 is usable and supported by the programs that you use, it should work and run for a good enough time. If you plan to install the new developer beta of macOS 13 on your supported Macs, you can check out this guide by heading here.
As it is with beta software, you can expect some bugs or functions that might not function as they normally should as this is the developer beta version and the very first build of it. You can still hang around till July when Apple releases the public beta of macOS Ventura to users without developer accounts. Would you be updating your Mac to the MacOS 13 developer beta or holding on until the public version comes out which is expected in the last quarter of this year? Let us know about it in the comments below.