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Posted by on Jul 11, 2012 in Software |

Apple announces Mac models will be upgradeable to Mountain Lion

Apple announces Mac models will be upgradeable to Mountain Lion

The new version of Apple’s operating system, the OS X Lion, already in the Golden Master version , a term used in the Cupertino company to indicate that the OS is ready to be released . But you need to use certain types Mac

Due to its technical limitations , and as also wants to encourage its users to renew their equipment, only a certain range of its machines are possible to upgrade.

The company determined an age of about four years for a computer to be upgraded and the list is as follows:

  • iMac (models from mid-2007)
  • MacBook (models from late 2008 for aluminum, or early 2009 for the rest)
  • MacBook Pro (models from mid-2007)
  • MacBook Air (from mid-2008)
  • mini (since early 2009)
  • Mac Pro (from early 2008)
  • Xserve (since early 2009)

Should comply with these conditions, simply have the latest version of to the operating system to Mountain Lion. If you are unsure, go to the Apple icon in the upper left corner of the screen, select ‘About this Mac’ and then on ‘More information’.

Link: Upgrade to OS X Mountain Lion. Right from your Mac (Apple)

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