macOS Big Sur Developer beta has already been released, while a public beta has been announced for July. The public software update is scheduled for the fall. It will be of course free to download and everyone can grab it as long as they plan to use it on a compatible Mac. Below you can find a list with all devices that are supported by macOS Big Sur.
macOS Big Sur Compatibility List
- 2013 and newer Mac Pro
- Late 2013 and newer MacBook Pro
- 2013 and newer MacBook Air
- 2014 and newer Mac mini
- 2014 and newer iMac
- 2015 and newer MacBook
- 2017 and newer iMac Pro
macOS Catalina but not macOS Big Sur
Unlike iOS 14 that is compatible with all iPhones that can run iOS 13, macOS Big Sur isn’t supporting all Macs that are able to handle macOS Catalina. Apple computers that fit into this category are:
- 2012 Mac mini
- 2012 MacBook Air
- 2012 and 2013 iMac
- 2012 and Early 2013 MacBook Pro
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