Here Are All macOS 15 Sequoia Supported Devices

At WWDC 2024, Apple has taken the wraps off its next version of the Mac’s operating system with macOS 15 Sequoia. Similar to the changes we’ve witnessed with iOS 18 and iPadOS 18, the macOS update is bringing a bunch of “Apple Intelligence” features. These include iPhone Mirroring, a new Passwords app, AI-searches inside Safari, AI-powered and more. If you’re wondering whether your Mac will get this update, here’s a list of all macOS 15 supported devices.

macOS 15 Compatible Devices

All Macs powered by the Apple M silicon as well as some Intel-powered devices will get an update to macOS 15. These include:

Supported MacBooks

Apple MacBook Air M3
  • MacBook Air M3 2024
  • MacBook Air M2 2023
  • MacBook Air M2 2022
  • MacBook Air M1 2020
  • MacBook Air Retina 2020
  • MacBook Pro M3/Pro/Max 2023
  • MacBook Pro M2 Pro 2023
  • MacBook Pro M2 2022
  • MacBook Pro M1 Pro/Max 2021
  • MacBook Pro M1 2020
  • MacBook Pro 2020
  • MacBook Pro 2019
  • MacBook Pro 2018

Supported Mac and iMac

Apple iMac macOS 15 supported devices
  • Mac mini M2/Pro 2023
  • Mac mini M1 2020
  • Mac mini 2018
  • Mac Pro M2 Ultra 2023
  • Mac Pro 2019
  • Mac Studio M2 Max/Ultra 2023
  • Mac Studio M1 Max/Ultra 2022
  • iMac M3 2023
  • iMac M1 2021
  • iMac 2020
  • iMac 2019
  • iMac Pro 2017

When Will macOS 15 Arrive On Your Mac?

Apple’s macOS 15 announcement at WWDC 2024 means the latest operating system is now readily available for developers to download and test on compatible devices. We advise regular users to stay away from installing developer beta builds on their primary devices as they will be full of bugs and issues, at least for now. If you’re still interested, you can check our Install macOS Sequoia Developer Beta guide to learn how to do it.

Since the public beta is only a few weeks away, regular users can wait till July or early August to try out macOS 15 on their supported devices. Following previous release patterns, the stable version of macOS Sequoia is likely to release sometime in late September or October.

Are you excited about the upcoming macOS 15 update for your Mac? What’s that one feature you’re waiting to try out? Let us know in the comments.

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  • Matt says:

    You left the Macbook Pro M1 Max 2021 off your list. I have one, so I noticed. So the older iMacs will get the upgrade but will not support Apple Intelligence as I understood the presentation?

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