Apple has announced the exciting news of MacOS Big Sur: redesign, launch of iOS features such as Control Center and Update Messages, Safari, Apple Maps and Apple TV apps.
Now, all these issues are useless if your Mac or MacBook is not compatible with the latest version of the Apple app. Below, we list all the models compatible with MacOS 11 Big Sur.
These are Mac compatible IMacOS Big Sur:
- MacBook from early 2015 or later
- MacBook Air 2013 over time
- 2013 or later MacBook Pro
- Mac mini Air 2014 later
- 2014 Mac later
- Mac Pro (all models)
- Mac Pro 2013 or later
As you can see, this list is shorter than Compatible versions of MacOS Catalina. This version has also been compatible with MacBook Air and MacBook Pro models from mid-2012, with Mac mini and iMacs since late 2012.
Is your Mac or MacBook compatible with MacOS Big Sur?
Maybe the above list doesn’t help you much to know if your Mac or MacBook is compatible with MacOS Big Sur. That’s why we put together this list for you easily identify your Mac model.
MacBook from early 2015 or later
These models include smaller and smaller MacBooks and 12-inch MacBooks with a Retina display launched by Apple in March 2015. These MacBooks are available in gold, silver, and space gray.
MacBook Air 2013 over time
Apple took a while to upgrade the MacBook Air and did not make major changes between 2015 and 2018, the year the company introduced the newly redesigned model. And they are compatible with the 2013 models, both 11 “and 13”.
2013 or later MacBook Pro
As long as your MacBook Pro is not older than the end of 2013, you can run Big Sur. Know, remember that the 2012 model (the last to have a DVD player) was also sold in 2016, so be sure what the model looks like.
Mac mini 2014 or later
Like the MacBook Air, the Mac mini has not been updated for several years. Compatible models include the late 2014 model, the new 2018 model and the 2020 model.
2014 Mac later
The highlight of the 2014 iMac is the launch of the Retina 5K display in the 27 ”model. The following year the Mac 4K arrived. The fact is that if your Mac has a Retina display, you can install MacOS Big Sur.
Mac Pro (all models)
The Mac Pro was first released in 2017, which is more recently, not surprisingly it has MacOS Big Sur compatibility. As you know, unlike other programs, Apple has been compatible for many years.
Mac Pro Late 2013
The only Mac Pro compatible with MacOS Big Sur are the ones with the latest design and design, the 2019 Workstation. If you have an older model, cheese-type grater style towers, you will not be able to install the latest one. version.