Here are All the macOS Big Sur Supported Devices

macOS 11 is here and chances are you are wondering whether you can or can’t install it on your Mac. Well, if you are eager to try out all the cool new macOS Big Sur features, and want to know if your Mac supports the update, we got your back. Here is a complete, exhaustive list of all the devices that support macOS Big Sur including MacBooks, and iMacs. Let’s take a look.

Devices that Support macOS Big Sur

Whether you have a MacBook, a MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, an iMac or even the old trashcan Mac Pro, here is the list of devices that support macOS Big Sur.

  • MacBook: 2015 and later
  • MacBook Air: 2013 and later
  • MacBook Pro: Late 2013 and later
  • Mac mini: 2014 and later
  • iMac: 2014 and later
  • iMac Pro: 2017 and later (all models)
  • Mac Pro: 2013 and later

As you can see, Apple is giving support to really old Macs as well. Heck, if you have the trashcan Mac Pro, you can still get the latest macOS Big Sur on it! That’s pretty sweet right? Same goes for the MacBook Air 2013. These devices are as much as 7 years old at this point and still getting updates. That is really great.

How to Check Your Mac’s Compatibility with macOS Big Sur

So great, you know which devices are supported by macOS 11. But how do you check whether your Mac is a 2015 model or something new or old? Well, that’s really easy. Just follow the steps below.

  • Click on the  logo in the menu bar. Now click on ‘About this Mac’.
  • The first line will tell you the model of your Mac, along with the year.

devices that support macOS Big Sur check mac compatibility

Pretty simple, isn’t it?

Update to macOS Big Sur

Well, those are the devices that are compatible with the latest release of macOS: macOS 11 Big Sur. It’s a pretty nice release as well. It comes with fresh new icons, a cleaner app design and layout, and a bunch of awesome new features that can make your macOS experience a lot better and more seamless. So, is your Mac compatible or not? And are you going to update to Big Sur? Let us know in the comments.

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