macOS Sonoma Compatible Macs

Kaustubh Katdare • 8 months ago • 16.1k views

macOS Sonoma Compatible Macs

Apple has just announced the next version of macOS and it’s called Sonoma. Let’s take a look at the compatible and incompatible machines-

macOS Sonoma Compatible Machines:

  • 2019 iMac and later

  • 2017 iMac Pro

  • 2018 Macbook Air and later

  • 2018 Macbook Pro and later

  • 2019 Mac Pro and later

  • 2022 Mac Studio and later

  • 2018 Mac Mini and later

macOS Sonoma won’t support

  • 2017 Macbook Pro

  • 2017 Macbook Air

  • 2017 Macbook (12”)

The new MacOS Sonoma is expected to launch around October 2023 like the Ventura and Monterey.

Some of the coolest features of Sonoma you might like include-

Stunning new Screen Savers

macOS Sonoma will create slow-motion screensavers of breathtaking locations from all over the world. When you login, they will seamlessly transition into your desktop wallpaper.

Desktop Widgets

The widgets from your gallery can be placed on your desktop. You can play a podcast, turn of lights and more from your favorite widgets.

You will be able to access your iPhone widgets from your desktop without having to install corresponding apps on your Mac.

Of course, widgets will fade when you are focusing on any specific app.

Video Conferencing Upgrade

The new macOS Ventura enables the new “Presenter Overlay”. It will keep you a part of conversation when you are sharing your screen.

The spotlight feature will keep the focus on you and you will be able to move, walk and talk in front of your content.

You will also be able to react with your hands. For example a thumbs-up gesture during a meeting will lead to fun 3D augmented reality effects play directly into your live meeting.

Safari Profiles

Safari will now support creating multiple profiles just like Google Chrome. Each profile will keep your cookies, history, tab-groups, bookmarks confined to your profile.

Safari PWAs

Also Apple isn’t calling it PWAs aka Progressive Web Apps, the new macOS Sonoma will let you use any website as your native app. This means, you will now be able to save CrazyEngineers as your app on your macOS dock and receive notifications.

There are several other features which you can access on the source link below. It takes you to the official Apple website.


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