Ugh it pisses me off. The Mid 2012 MacBook Pro was still being sold in September 2016.MacOS support is completely arbitrary at this point. I miss when there was some kind of reason to justify dropping the older models.
That's what's confusing about all of this and why I mistakenly thought all Nvidia Macs got cut.
Hopefully it's a mistake on the website because there's no reason to support the mid 2014 low-cost model and not the late 2013. But we'll see. There's just no telling with Apple.Then I really don't know. I didn't realize the iMacs got the Haswell upgrade in 2013. I thought it wasn't until 2014 but you're right.
I'm sure dosdude will figure something out once the code is released. Personally I would just hold your current machine and survive on the security updates until ARM Macs come out. At this point buying an Intel Mac would be like buying a PPC machine in 2006.I hope someone can get this to run on the 2012 Retina. Now I don't want to buy a $3600 Intel.
I recall Mojave originally dropping the 2012 cheese grater and Apple later coming and re-adding it a few days later and that's why the first couple betas couldn't be run on it.Hopefully it's a mistake on the website because there's no reason to support the mid 2014 low-cost model and not the late 2013. But we'll see. There's just no telling with Apple.
Presumably the beta installer. I found it on the software catalog.what is this ??
Do they dropped also the BaseSystem.dmg ?Presumably the beta installer. I found it on the software catalog.
Interestingly, the whole OS installer to be in one package now. No more re-assembling from InstallESD/RecoveryHDMeta?