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redheeler

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That's really bad! :eek: It raised the requirements from late 2009 to mid-2012? :(
Yeah that's devastating. Really hurts the value of older Macs that are still very capable and can even outperform newer ones in some ways (quad-core iMacs and MacBook Pros especially). :(
 
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Well this looks likely to be the last release that any of my computers will support. I hope it ends up being a good one that I can get a couple more years out of before I have to upgrade.
 

KALLT

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Fusion Drives are supported.

Mojave will be the last release to support 32-bit at all. They didn’t say which “compromises” there are in Mojave.
 
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