How long will the 2010 13in MacBook Pro be supported

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  1. Jordan246 macrumors regular

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    Do you guys know how long will the 2010 MacBook Pro get support for major updates of mac osx and do any of you Gus know if the 2010 MacBook Pro 13in will get supported with the next version of osx. If anybody would respond to this I would appreciate it thanks
     
  2. Barney63 macrumors 6502a

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    I think I read somewhere that Apple supports products for at least 6 years.



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    So do any of you guys think that the mid 2010 MacBook Pro will get mac osx 10.10 can you please respond and I know I can wait until next week but people that have mid 2010 13in MacBook Pro do you think that your going to get osx 10.10
     
  5. MartinAppleGuy macrumors 68020

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    I would have thought so.
     
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    One interesting note is that the 13" mid-2010 is the last MBP with a Core2Duo processor. So, it potentially marks the end of an era in terms of hardware.
     
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    So does anyone think that the MacBook Pro mid 2010 13in get osx 10.10
     
  8. hamiltonDSi macrumors 65832

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    Not to be rude, but your question has been answered twice.
    Yes, your Mac will get the next version of OS X. And after that, another version. Your are fine until 2017, at least.

    Example : a friends Macbook Pro 17" is from 2007, now we are in 2014. Thats 7 years. It's supported by Apple - it runs OS X Mavericks.
     
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