October 3, 2023

OpenCore Legacy Patcher Project Brings macOS Sonoma to Old Macs

Andrew Cunningham, on Ars Technica:

Yesterday, the OCLP team announced version 1.0.0 of the software, the first to formally support the recently released macOS 14 Sonoma. Although Sonoma officially supports Macs released mostly in 2018 or later, the OCLP project will allow Sonoma to install on Macs that go back to models released in 2007 and 2008, enabling them to keep up with at least some of the new features and security patches baked into the latest release.

Planning to try it with my 2016 MacBook which Ana uses. And thinking about using it on the 2015 MacBook Pro I use as a home sever.


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