With Apple’s new desktop operating system-OS X 10.10 Yosemite coming out in the market, Mac users are worried lot, if their Mac could run Yosemite? However, there is not much to worry as range of hardware is available which are capable enough of running the OS X 10.10 Yosemite.
Before you get down to the task, you will need to know on the type of Mac which you are running. Finding the same is easy though and you only need to click on the Apple icon and select About This Mac option. Further click on the More Information icon and you will be led to dialogue box. This will let you know on the hardware which you are running.
Below is the list of the oldest Apple hardware which can run the OS X 10.10 Yosemite.
- MacBook- Late 2008 or Early 2009 version
- MacBook Air- Late 2008 version
- Mac Book Pro- Mid or Late 2007
- Mac Mini- 2009 version
- iMac- Mid 2007 version
- Mac Pro and Xserve- 2008 and 2009 version
This list of hardware is also capable of running the OS X 10.9 Maverics.
In case, you are among the lucky lot who have the above listed hardware or any of the new configurations of the same, not having extra RAM is not an issue and can consider going ahead with Yosemite.
Apple is a leader in innovation when it comes to technology and your Mac is unlikely to give you any trouble in the future too.
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